Organ Transplantation and Metabolism

  • G. Sganga
  • M. Castagneto
Conference paper


The metabolic response to surgical trauma has been characterized by the production of a variety of mediators, such as interleukins, which interact within a complex neuroendocrine alteration in the hormonal balance that regulates body metabolism.


Organ Transplantation Graft Function Surgical Trauma Surgical Stress Metabolic Derangement 
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  • G. Sganga
  • M. Castagneto

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