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Synonyms for rejection

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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Molecular assessment of microcirculation injury in formalin-fixed human cardiac allograft biopsies with antibody-mediated rejection [published online ahead of print July 12, 2016].
Recommendations for the Diagnosis of Antibody-Mediated Rejection in Lung Allografts (a) "Triple Test" Recommendations and Characteristics Clinical features Donor-specific Donor-specific antibody level and antibodies function should be assessed by the antibody titer.
Antibody-mediated rejection in cardiac transplantation: emerging knowledge in diagnosis and management: a scientific statement from the American Heart Association.
Capillary C4d and kidney allograft outcome in relation to morphologic lesions suggestive of antibody-mediated rejection.
Antibody-mediated rejection (AMR) after pancreas and pancreas-kidney transplantation.
Eculizumab and splenectomy as salvage therapy for severe antibody-mediated rejection after HLA-incompatible kidney transplantation," Transplantation, vol.
The use of antibody to complement protein C5 for salvage treatment of severe antibody-mediated rejection," American Journal of Transplantation, vol.
1995), in a series of 50 renal transplants, had five develop anti-HLA antibodies that led to acute antibody-mediated rejection in the first week after transplant.
2000) successfully reversed acute antibody-mediated rejection in three transplant recipients using a combination of plasmapheresis, high dose immunosuppression, and IVIG.
In other solid organ transplants, such as kidney and heart allografts, antibody-mediated rejection (AMR) is well documented.
Antibody-mediated rejection criteria--an addition to the Banff 97 classification of renal allograft rejection.
A clinical correlation study of severity of antibody-mediated rejection and cardiovascular mortality in heart transplantation.
The presence of DSA plays a central role in the development of antibody-mediated rejection.
In addition to predicting XM results, DSA strength might also play a role in predicting the development of antibody-mediated rejection and allograft outcome.
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