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Transplant rejection

Introduction: Transplant rejection

Description of Transplant rejection

Transplant rejection: cell-mediated immune response by the host body to a surgically grafted organ or tissue that results in failure of the organ or tissue to survive; can be acute or chronic.
Source: CRISP

Transplant rejection: Related Topics

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Transplant rejection as a Disease

Transplant rejection: Type of or association with medical condition Medical misadventure.
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Transplant rejection: Related Diseases

Transplant rejection: Transplant rejection is listed as a type of (or associated with) the following medical conditions in our database:

Transplant rejection as a subtype of Medical misadventure

Medical misadventure (medical condition): When a medical procedure does not go as planned

Medical misadventure (medical condition): Any injury or adverse reaction resulting from any medical treatment. Some examples are medication errors, IV infection, surgical mistakes and postoperative septicemia. Medical misadventure is increasingly being highlighted as a growing problem with many thousands of deaths being attributed to medical errors. Law suits related to medical misadventure is also increasing.

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