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Calculated PRA (CPRA): The New Measure of Sensitization for Transplant CandidatesCECKA, J. M.American journal of transplantation (Print). 2010, Vol 10, Num 1, pp 26-29, issn 1600-6135, 4 p.Article

Kidney transplantation from living unrelated donorsCECKA, J. M.Annual review of medicine. 2000, Vol 51, pp 393-406, issn 0066-4219Article

Outcome statistics of renal transplants with an emphasis on long-term survivalCECKA, J. M.Clinical transplantation. 1994, Vol 8, Num 3, pp 324-327, issn 0902-0063, 2Conference Paper

The liver neither protects the kidney from rejection nor improves kidney graft survival after combined liver and kidney transplantation from the same donorKATZNELSON, S; CECKA, J. M.Transplantation. 1996, Vol 61, Num 9, pp 1403-1405, issn 0041-1337Article

Deleterious effects of delayed graft function in cadaveric renal transplant recipients independent of acute rejectionSHOSKES, D. A; CECKA, J. M.Transplantation. 1998, Vol 66, Num 12, pp 1697-1701, issn 0041-1337Conference Paper

The transfusion effect in cadaver kidney transplants―yes or noIWAKI, Y; CECKA, J. M; TERASAKI, P. I et al.Transplantation. 1990, Vol 49, Num 1, pp 56-59, issn 0041-1337Conference Paper

Improvement of kidney transplant regraft results by using trauma death donorsCECKA, J. M; TERASAKI, P. I.Transplantation. 1987, Vol 44, Num 6, pp 792-795, issn 0041-1337Article

Matching kidneys for size in renal transplantationCECKA, J. M; TERASAKI, P. I.Clinical transplantation. 1990, Vol 4, Num 2, pp 82-86, issn 0902-0063, 5 p.Conference Paper

Kidney transplant in black recipients : HLA matching and other factors affecting long-term graft survivalKOYAMA, H; CECKA, J. M; TERASAKI, P. I et al.Transplantation. 1994, Vol 57, Num 7, pp 1064-1068, issn 0041-1337Article

Repeating HLA antigen mismatches in renal retransplants : a second class mistake ?CECKA, J. M; TERASAKI, P. I.Transplantation. 1994, Vol 57, Num 4, pp 515-519, issn 0041-1337Conference Paper

A comparison of cadaver donor kidney storage methods: pump perfusion and cold storage solutionsKOYAMA, H; CECKA, J. M; TERASAKI, P. I et al.Clinical transplantation. 1993, Vol 7, Num 2, pp 199-205, issn 0902-0063Article

Living unrelated donor kidney transplantationGJERTSON, D. W; CECKA, J. M.Kidney international. 2000, Vol 58, Num 2, pp 491-499, issn 0085-2538Article

The great success of Asian kidney transplant recipientsKATZNELSON, S; CECKA, J. M.Transplantation. 1997, Vol 64, Num 12, pp 1850-1852, issn 0041-1337Conference Paper

Early rejection : determining the fate of renal transplantsCECKA, J. M.Transplantation proceedings. 1991, Vol 23, Num 1, pp 1263-1264, issn 0041-1345, 2Conference Paper

Effect of HLA matching on the relative risk of mortality for kidney recipients : A comparison of the mortality risk after transplant to the mortality risk of remaining on the waiting listEDWARDS, E. B; BENNETT, L. E; CECKA, J. M et al.Transplantation. 1997, Vol 64, Num 9, pp 1274-1277, issn 0041-1337Article

Analyses of the unos scientific renal transplant registry at three years-yearly events affecting transplant successCECKA, J. M; CHO, Y. W; TERASAKI, P. I et al.Transplantation. 1992, Vol 53, Num 1, pp 59-64, issn 0041-1337Conference Paper

Calculated PRA: Initial Results Show Benefits for Sensitized Patients and a Reduction in Positive CrossmatchesCECKA, J. M; KUCHERYAVAYA, A. Y; REINSMOEN, N. L et al.American journal of transplantation (Print). 2011, Vol 11, Num 4, pp 719-724, issn 1600-6135, 6 p.Article

Significance of the donor age effect on kidney transplantsTERASAKI, P. I; GJERTSON, D. W; CECKA, J. M et al.Clinical transplantation. 1997, Vol 11, Num 5, pp 366-372, issn 0902-0063, 1Article

The hyperfiltration hypothesis in human renal transplantationTERASAKI, P. I; KOYAMA, H; CECKA, J. M et al.Transplantation. 1994, Vol 57, Num 10, pp 1450-1454, issn 0041-1337Article

Blood transfusions and HLA matching: an either/or situation in cadaveric renal transplantationCECKA, J. M; CICCIARELLI, J; MICKEY, M. R et al.Transplantation. 1988, Vol 45, Num 1, pp 81-86, issn 0041-1337Conference Paper

Prolonged hypertension (>10 years) is a significant risk factor in older cadaver donor renal transplantsCHO, Y. W; CECKA, J. M; GJERTSON, D. W et al.Transplantation proceedings. 1999, Vol 31, Num 1-2, issn 0041-1345, p. 1283Conference Paper

Effects of changes in the criteria for nationally shared kidney transplants for HLA-matched patientsHATA, Y; CECKA, J. M; TAKEMOTO, S et al.Transplantation. 1998, Vol 65, Num 2, pp 208-212, issn 0041-1337Article

Should excessive height and weight differences between the kidney donor and recipient be avoided ?CHO, Y. W; TERASAKI, P. I; CECKA, J. M et al.Transplantation proceedings. 1997, Vol 29, Num 1-2, pp 104-105, issn 0041-1345Conference Paper

Should Pediatric Patients Wait for HLA-DR-Matched Renal Transplants?GRITSCH, H. A; VEALE, J. L; LEICHTMAN, A. B et al.American journal of transplantation (Print). 2008, Vol 8, Num 10, pp 2056-2061, issn 1600-6135, 6 p.Article

The relative effects of FK506 and cyclosporine on short- and long-term kidney graft survivalGJERTSON, D. W; CECKA, J. M; TERASAKI, P. I et al.Transplantation. 1995, Vol 60, Num 12, pp 1384-1388, issn 0041-1337Conference Paper

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