|Title:||Lung Transplantation - the Ntuh Surgical Experience||Authors:||LEE, YUNG-CHIE
|Issue Date:||1998||Source:||TRANSPLANTATION PROCEEDINGS||Journal Volume:||v.30||Journal Issue:||n.7||Start page/Pages:||3391-3392||Abstract:||
Lung Transplantation (LT) is an effective modality of treatment to improve respiratory function for patients with end-stage pulmonary disease . The initial success of clinical LT performed by Cooper et al was reported in 1986; however, surgical experience with LT in Asian countries is still rare. In this series, the spectrum of indications for LT was somewhat different, because several patients with end-stage sauropus androgynus-induced bronchiolitis obilterans (SABO) were included. The surgical experience was reviewed and factors influencing the surgicval results were analyzed.
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