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Recurrent Disease Post Renal Transplantation

123.1 - Recurrent Disease Post Renal Transplantation

Presenter: Lavanya SR, , , India
Authors: Lavanya SR, Manisha Sahay, Germaine Wong, Anuradha Raman, Urmila Anandh


Recurrence of native kidney disease post transplantation is an important cause of graft dysfunction and graft loss. Proper pre-transplant work up and proper patient selection is required for a successful outcome. More and more living and deceased donor transplants are being done in the developing countries. Hence this webinar would help enhance the awareness about pre transplant evaluation to prevent recurrence of kidney disease post-transplant and even if it occurs how to identify it early and provide proper treatment. Case based discussion is the high point of this webinar where nephrology fellow with present the case and the discussion would be by an expert from the developed world and two local experts which would help highlight the different approaches to management.

Learning Objectives

  1. To increase awareness of post transplant recurrence of renal disease
  2. To emphasize a proper pre transplant evaluation
  3. To highlight the different approaches to post transplant disease recurrence in developed world and LMIC

Moderator and Speakers

Manisha Sahay, India

Lavanya SR, India

Germaine Wong, Australia

Anuradha Raman, India

Urmila Anandh, India

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