Transplant Survival and Transplant Living

Liver transplantation has been accepted as a life-saving treatment and standard of care for many forms of end-stage liver disease since the early 1980. Liver transplants used deceased donor livers. If a liver transplant candidate is eligible to receive from a living donor, then a family member, relative or close friend can be considered for donation. Living donor transplantation proposals and another to waiting for a deceased-donor organ to become available for people in need of an organ transplant. In addition, living-donor organ transplants. As associated with less complications than deceased-donor transplants and, overall, a longer survival of the donor organ.


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