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Anti-glomerular basement membrane disease treated with mycophenolate mofetil, corticosteroids, and plasmapheresis.Academic Article Why?
Plasmapheresis followed by intravenous immunoglobulin in presensitized patients awaiting thoracic organ transplantation.Academic Article Why?
Plasmapheresis with acute inflammatory polyneuropathy.Academic Article Why?
Reversal of severe late left ventricular failure after pediatric heart transplantation and possible role of plasmapheresis.Academic Article Why?
Syphilis-associated Guillain-Barré syndrome: response to plasmapheresis.Academic Article Why?
Bilateral pneumothorax: A rare complication of central venous catheter placement for plasmapheresis years after thymectomy.Academic Article Why?
Successful HeartMate 3 LVAD implantation in a patient with active heparin-induced thrombocytopaenia with thrombosis using pre-implantation plasmapheresis and intraoperative continuous prostacyclin.Academic Article Why?
A unique way to treat Goodpasture's disease.Academic Article Why?
Heparin-associated thrombocytopenia: alternative managements.Academic Article Why?
Rheumatoid hyperviscosity syndrome: reversibility of microvascular abnormalities after treatment.Academic Article Why?
ABO-incompatible heart transplantation: crossing the immunological barrier.Academic Article Why?
Removal of dog antipig antibody by adsorption with pig red blood cell stroma columns.Academic Article Why?
Reversal of delayed hyperacute renal allograft rejection with a tacrolimus-based therapeutic regimen.Academic Article Why?
Acute humoral rejection in an ABO compatible combined liver-kidney transplant--the kidney is not always protected.Academic Article Why?
Adult living-donor liver transplantation with ABO-incompatible grafts.Academic Article Why?
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