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Impact of acute rejection on development of chronic rejection in pediatric renal transplant recipientsMATAS, A. J.Pediatric transplantation. 2000, Vol 4, Num 2, pp 92-99, issn 1397-3142Article

Chronic rejection: definition and correlatesMATAS, A. J.Clinical transplantation. 1994, Vol 8, Num 2, pp 162-167, issn 0902-0063, 2Article

The current role of calcineurin inhibitors in posttransplant immunosuppression?MATAS, A. J; KANDASWAMY, R.American journal of transplantation (Print). 2006, Vol 6, Num 12, pp 2827-2829, issn 1600-6135, 3 p.Article

Steroid Elimination-Who, When, How?MATAS, A. J.Transplantation proceedings. 2008, Vol 40, Num 10, issn 0041-1345, S52-S56, SUPConference Paper

Allocation of cadaver kidneys: a survey of the American Society of Transplant SurgeonsFREY, D. J; MATAS, A. J.Clinical transplantation. 1991, Vol 5, Num 1, pp 1-2, issn 0902-0063, 2 p.Article

Evidence that improved late renal transplant outcome correlates with the development of in vitro donor antigen-specific hyporeactivityREINSMOEN, N. L; MATAS, A. J.Transplantation. 1993, Vol 55, Num 5, pp 1017-1023, issn 0041-1337Conference Paper

Acute rejection is a major risk factor for chronic rejectionMATAS, A. J.Transplantation proceedings. 1998, Vol 30, Num 5, pp 1766-1768, issn 0041-1345Conference Paper

Babesiosis and hemophagocytic syndrome in an asplenic renal transplant recipientSLOVUT, D. P; BENEDETTI, E; MATAS, A. J et al.Transplantation. 1996, Vol 62, Num 4, pp 537-539, issn 0041-1337Article

A unique presentation of an anastomotic pseudoaneurysm. Case reportSCHWEITZER, E. J; MATAS, A. J.Vascular surgery. 1991, Vol 25, Num 2, pp 131-135, issn 0042-2835, 5 p.Article

Fixed-rate reimbursement fails to cover costs for patients with delayed graft functionALMOND, P. S; MATAS, A. J; CANAFAX, D. M et al.Pharmacotherapy. 1991, Vol 11, Num 5, pp 126S-129S, issn 0277-0008Article

Features of acute rejection that increase risk for chronic rejectionHUMAR, A; KERR, S; GILLINGHAM, K. J et al.Transplantation. 1999, Vol 68, Num 8, pp 1200-1203, issn 0041-1337Article

Kidney transplant recipients who die with functioning grafts : Serum creatinine level and cause of deathWEST, M; SUTHERLAND, D. E. R; MATAS, A. J et al.Transplantation. 1996, Vol 62, Num 7, pp 1029-1030, issn 0041-1337Article

Iliac artery stenosis masquerading as diuretic resistant congestive heart failureKOUSHIK, R. S; MATAS, A. J; ROSENBERG, M. E et al.Clinical transplantation. 2000, Vol 14, Num 1, pp 11-13, issn 0902-0063Article

Kidney transplantation without a final crossmatchMATAS, A. J; SUTHERLAND, D. E. R.Transplantation. 1998, Vol 66, Num 12, pp 1835-1836, issn 0041-1337Conference Paper

A technique of removal of the Tenckhoff peritoneal dialysis catheterHAKIM, N. S; PIRENNE, J; BENEDETTI, E et al.Journal of the American College of Surgeons. 1995, Vol 180, Num 3, pp 351-352, issn 1072-7515Article

Percutaneous treatment of ureteral strictures after renal transplantationJONES, J. W; HUNTER, D. W; MATAS, A. J et al.Transplantation. 1993, Vol 55, Num 5, pp 1193-1195, issn 0041-1337Conference Paper

Presentation of renal transplant graft survival data ― where should death with a functioning graft be included ?MATAS, A. J; BRAYMAN, K. L; GILLINGHAM, K. J et al.Clinical transplantation. 1990, Vol 4, Num 3, pp 142-144, issn 0902-0063Article

A Composite Risk Model for Predicting Technical Failure in Pancreas TransplantationFINGER, E. B; RADOSEVICH, D. M; DUNN, T. B et al.American journal of transplantation (Print). 2013, Vol 13, Num 7, pp 1840-1849, issn 1600-6135, 10 p.Article

Selective Retransplant After Graft Loss to Nonadherence: Success with a Second ChanceDUNN, T. B; BROWNE, B. J; GILLINGHAM, K. J et al.American journal of transplantation (Print). 2009, Vol 9, Num 6, pp 1337-1346, issn 1600-6135, 10 p.Article

Similar Outcomes with Different Rates of Delayed Graft Function May Reflect Center Practice, Not Center PerformanceAKKINA, S. K; CONNAIRE, J. J; ISRANI, A. K et al.American journal of transplantation (Print). 2009, Vol 9, Num 6, pp 1460-1466, issn 1600-6135, 7 p.Article

Mycobacterial infections after kidney transplantJIE, T; MATAS, A. J; GILLINGHAM, K. J et al.Transplantation proceedings. 2005, Vol 37, Num 2, pp 937-939, issn 0041-1345, 3 p.Conference Paper

Clostridium difficile colitis after kidney and kidney-pancreas transplantationWEST, M; PIRENNE, J; CHAVERS, B et al.Clinical transplantation. 1999, Vol 13, Num 4, pp 318-323, issn 0902-0063Article

Impact of transfusions and acute rejection on posttransplantation donor antigen-specific responses in two study populationsREINSMOEN, N. L; MATAS, A. J; DONALDSON, L et al.Transplantation. 1999, Vol 67, Num 5, pp 697-702, issn 0041-1337Article

Long-term follow-up of living kidney donors : Quality of life after donationJOHNSON, E. M; ANDERSON, J. K; JACOBS, C et al.Transplantation. 1999, Vol 67, Num 5, pp 717-721, issn 0041-1337Article

Mouse-to-rabbit xenotransplantationKERR, S. R; DALMASSO, A. P; APASOVA, E. V et al.Transplantation. 1999, Vol 67, Num 3, pp 360-365, issn 0041-1337Article

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