Venous thrombosis after kidney transplantation
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The renal vein thrombosis is a serious event after kidney transplantation and graft salvages depends on early diagnosis and intervention. The incidence of allograft vein thrombosis is about 3.4% and generally is is higher in the first 2 weeks after transplantation.There are most related to surgical complications, and allograft loss is the usual outcome. The surgical exploration and transplantectomy was the most common treatment, but, there are fewer reports of graft salvage by thrombectomy or re-transplantation.Then, to salvage the graft is necessary a high suspicion combined with a low time of diagnostic to intervention.We report the case of one patient with venous thrombosis after kidney transplantation that with early intervention resulted in graft rescue...

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