Urologic Complications in 159 Consecutive Renal Transplantations
The urologic complications were reviewed in 159 consecutive renal transplantations. There were 23 major complications (14%) in 22 patients. One patient died as a consequence of urologic complications and two other grafts were lost. In the remaining cases the grafts could be saved by surgical revision or conservative treatment. The principles of diagnosis and treatment of these complications are discussed.
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