Figure 1037

Post-transplant survival in hepatitis B-infected patients. Later studies have shown comparable patient and graft survival in hepatitis B surface antigen (HBsAg)-positive patients compared with HBsAg-negative patients. There may only be a slight 3% to 4% difference overall (in favor of HBsAg-negative patients) in long-term graft and patient survival. (Data from Pirson and coworkers [12], Hillis and coworkers [13], Touraine and coworkers [14], Dhar and coworkers [15], Roy and coworkers [16], and Pfaff and Blanton [17].)

CHRONIC HEPATITIS B INFECTION IN HBsAg-POSITIVE RENAL TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS: RESULTS OF LIVER BIOPSIES PERFORMED PERITRANSPLANT AND A MEDIAN OF 66 MONTHS LATER

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