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a negative response

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a refusal to grant the truth of a statement or charge

a turning down of a request

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Acute rejection in the SRTR database is based on transplant center reports.
11 In short, ACR is divided into acute rejection or the "A grade" (Figure 2, A through I) and small airways rejection/ lymphocytic bronchiolitis or the "B grade" (Figure 3, A through D) (Table 1).
Recurrent episodes occurred in 14 patients who received induction therapy (five were treated for acute rejection before the first CMV episode) and in three patients that did not receive induction therapy but were treated for acute rejection before the first CMV episode.
In addition, acute rejection, multiple bile ducts, and pretransplant serum albumin level were the independent risk factors for BCs occurring beyond 6 months after LT.
59) The Banff Working Classification has been developed for scoring, grading, and reporting acute rejection in CTA.
The study variables included age, gender, primary renal disease, smoking habits, immunosuppression regime, anti hypertensive medications, duration on dialysis, blood transfusions during dialysis, acute rejections.
A phenomena unique to the lung transplant recipient is the acute rejection syndrome.
More than 95% of transplant recipients receive corticosteroids as part of their immunosuppressive regimens to reduce the incidence of acute rejection.
5 mg/kg/day) for 10 days after transplantation to prevent early acute rejection.
Ian added: "Siblings feel they were not loved enough to be included with the other children and feel acute rejection.
They identified five heart transplant patients in the Henry Ford Health System who had severe, acute rejection episodes after they had been rejection free for at least 6 months during January 2003-July 2004.
In the postoperative period, there are 3 major complications: Reperfusion edema, acute rejection, and infection.
He and his associates identified five heart transplant patients in the Henry Ford Health System who had severe, acute rejection episodes after they had been rejection free for at least 6 months between January 2003 and July 2004.
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