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Psychological Screening of Potential Donors in a Renal Homotransplantation Programme

  • W. A. Cramond (a1), J. H. Court (a2), B. A. Higgins (a3), P. R. Knight (a4) and J. R. Lawrence (a5)...

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The first human renal homotransplantation was performed in 1936. Recently, with the introduction of improved immuno-suppressive techniques, this operation has been carried out on an increasing number of occasions. The first renal homotransplantation in South Australia was performed in February, 1965. The donor was related by marriage to the patient and was not consanguineous. The patient is still alive and at work sixteen months later (June, 1966).

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Psychological Screening of Potential Donors in a Renal Homotransplantation Programme

  • W. A. Cramond (a1), J. H. Court (a2), B. A. Higgins (a3), P. R. Knight (a4) and J. R. Lawrence (a5)...

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Psychological Screening of Potential Donors in a Renal Homotransplantation Programme

  • W. A. Cramond (a1), J. H. Court (a2), B. A. Higgins (a3), P. R. Knight (a4) and J. R. Lawrence (a5)...
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