Renal Siderosis in Donor Allograft: Pathologic and Clinical Sequelae.
Transplantation of a cadaver kidney with marked siderosis and its outcome has not been reported. Increasing use of marginal kidneys has become common practice to expand the donor pool to meet the growing demand and will lead to increased recognition of kidney disease in cadaver donors with an unknown effect on graft outcome. This is a case report of a recipient of a cadaver kidney with marked siderosis monitored by surveillance biopsies and evaluated by clinico-pathological correlation. The recipient continued to have transplant kidney function, and a surveillance biopsy shows the natural course of the pathologic resolution of renal siderosis.
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Salim, S., Asad, H., Kumar, M. A., Brezin, J., Heifets, M., & Fyfe, B. (2004). Renal siderosis in donor allograft: pathologic and clinical sequelae. American Journal Of Transplantation: Official Journal Of The American Society Of Transplantation And The American Society Of Transplant Surgeons, 4(10), 1717-1719
Medical Pathology | Pathology
Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, USF-LVHN SELECT Program Faculty, Pathology Laboratory Medicine Faculty