LKT

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LKTLambda Kappa Tau (co-ed media production society; Towson, MD)
LKTLiver-Kidney Transplantation
LKTLugano Kart Team (go-karts; est. 1995; Switzerland)
LKTLiving Kidney Transplantation
LKTLelaki Komunis Terakhir (Malay: The Last Communist; film)
LKTLucian K. Truscott IV (freelance writer; author)
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Combined liver-kidney transplantation for primary hyperoxaluria type 1 in young children.
Successful liver-kidney transplantation in two children with aHUS caused by a mutation in complement factor H.
[25.] van 't HoffW G, Dixon M, Tayolr J, et al C ombined liver-kidney transplantation in methylmalonic acidemia.
Long term results of liver-kidney transplantation in children with primary hyperoxaluria.
Combined liver-kidney transplantation in a 15-year-old boy with alpha1-antitrypsin deficiency.
Pediatric liver-kidney transplantation for hepatorenal fibrocystic disease from a living donor.
Fong, "Comparison of renal allograft outcomes in combined liver-kidney transplantation versus subsequent kidney transplantation in liver transplant recipients: analysis of UNOS database," Transplantation, vol.
Bechstein et al., "Combined liver-kidney transplantation: long-term follow up in 18 patients," Transplant International, vol.
Oppenheimer, "Outcome of simultaneous liver-kidney transplantation in highly sensitized, crossmatch-positive patients," Transplantation Proceedings, vol.
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