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Small-Bowel Transplantation

Experimental and Clinical Fundamentals

  • Eberhard Deltz
  • Arnulf Thiede
  • Horst Hamelmann

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XV
  2. Evaluation of Experimental Models of Small-Bowel Transplantation in the Rat

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. W. Ch. Preissner, P. Schroeder, M. Gundlach, P. Liedgens, E. Schröder, E. Deltz
      Pages 2-6
    3. W. A. Koltun, R. L. Kirkman
      Pages 14-18
    4. E. Deltz
      Pages 24-24
  3. Experimental Models in Large Animals

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 25-25
    2. T. J. Pritchard, W. A. Koltun, J. L. Madara, R. L. Kirkman
      Pages 26-33
    3. N. Rotman, F. Michot, J. M. Hay, P. L. Fagniez
      Pages 34-36
    4. N. Rotman, F. Michot, J. M. Hay, P. L. Fagniez
      Pages 37-38
    5. F. Arnaud-Battandier, H. Salmon, J. M. Aynaud, S. Bernard, Y. Révillon, C. Ricour
      Pages 39-43
    6. J. Collin, A. R. Dennison, R. M. Watkins, P. J. Morris
      Pages 44-48
    7. W. H. Marks, A. Borgstrom, D. C. Dafoe, D. Campbell Jr., J. G. Turcotte
      Pages 49-53
    8. M. Walter, U. Brenner, W. Holzmüller, H. W. Keller, J. M. Müller
      Pages 54-57
    9. C. Ricour
      Pages 58-58
  4. Intestinal Absorption and Adaptation

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 59-59
    2. Z. Cohen, R. Wassef, S. Nordgren, R. Silverman
      Pages 60-64
    3. W. H. Schraut, K. K. W. Lee, Y. Tsujinaka
      Pages 65-73
    4. P. Schroeder, F. Sandforth, E. Deltz
      Pages 74-78
    5. J. H. Gebhardt, W. Ch. Preissner, E. Deltz, E. Kaiserling, H. K. Müller-Hermelink
      Pages 84-86
    6. H. Menge
      Pages 87-88
  5. Immunology

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 89-89
    2. A. Ferguson, A. G. Cummins, G. H. Munro, S. Gibson
      Pages 95-97
    3. P. Liedgens, H. K. Müller-Hermelink, E. Deltz
      Pages 116-120
    4. W. Ch. Preissner, P. Liedgens, M. Gundlach, E. Schröder, H. K. Müller-Hermelink, E. Deltz
      Pages 121-124
    5. T. Schang, W. Timmermann, G. Schubert, A. Thiede
      Pages 125-128
    6. K. K. W. Lee, W. H. Schraut, H. G. Sutton
      Pages 129-134
    7. W. Müller-Ruchholtz
      Pages 153-153
  6. Immunosuppression

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 155-155
    2. K. Ulrichs, E. Deltz, B. Friedrichs, G. Leimenstoll, A. Thiede, W. Müller-Ruchholtz
      Pages 161-165
    3. G. Leimenstoll, W. Ch. Preissner, G. Loske, W. Timmermann, P. Schroeder, E. Deltz et al.
      Pages 166-169
    4. Z. Cohen
      Pages 170-170
  7. Surgical Techniques in Animals and Man

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 171-171
    2. G. Tannenbaum, A. I. Benvenisty, J. Chabot, M. A. Hardy
      Pages 182-191
    3. Y. Révillon, P. Gallix, F. Arnaud-Battandier, C. Ricour
      Pages 192-195
    4. S. Nordgren
      Pages 196-196
  8. Clinical Considerations

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 197-197
    2. J. M. Müller, H. W. Keller, U. Brenner, M. Walter, W. Holzmüller
      Pages 198-202
    3. M. A. Hardy
      Pages 211-211
  9. Nutritional Support Prior to and During Intestinal Transplanation

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 213-213

About these proceedings

Introduction

In contrast to the continuously increasing success in kidney, liver, heart, and pancreas transplantation, small-bowel transplantation has not shown simi­ larly impressive progress until recently. The few clinical attempts at small-intestinal transplantation in the late 1960s and early 1970s were unsuccessful. In spite of these initial failures, a few groups of surgeons continued to investigate the problems of small-bowel transplantation from the technical, functional, and immunologic point of view. Now, about 15 years later, conditions have changed. Total parenteral nutrition has made tremendous progress, thus maintaining patients with short-bowel syndrome who are potential recipients of small-bowel grafts in an acceptable physical condition. Immunologists and clinicians have furt­ hermore been able to expand our knowledge of basic immunologic reactions induced by transplanted organs. In addition, within the last 8 years, new immunosuppressive drugs and regimens have been introduced which have proved to be extremely effective. Taking all these aspects into account, we regarded it as an extremely worthwhile and effective undertaking to invite scientists from all over the world who are working in the field of small-bowel transplantation to participate in a symposium on this topic. This meeting, the first to deal exclusively with small-bowel transplantation, was held in Kiel, West Ger­ many, in October 1985. Its aims were twofold: 1. ) To'stimulate direct communication between basic scientists and clini­ cians 2.

Keywords

Pancreas communication drugs heart immunology kidney liver nutrition patients transplantation

Editors and affiliations

  • Eberhard Deltz
    • 1
  • Arnulf Thiede
    • 1
  • Horst Hamelmann
    • 1
  1. 1.Abtl. Allgemeine ChirurgieChristian-Albrechts-Universität KielKielGermany

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-71087-2
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1986
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-642-71089-6
  • Online ISBN 978-3-642-71087-2
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