Posts Tagged ‘toxoplasmosis’

February 23, 2012

Risk Factors, Clinical Features, and Outcomes of Toxoplasmosis in Solid-Organ Transplant Recipients: A Matched Case-Control Study.


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Toxoplasmosis is a relatively uncommon infectious complication after transplant.  Seropositive heart transplant recipients or heart transplant recipients who receive toxoplasmosis seropositive hearts generally receive lifelong prophylaxis.  A review of SOTs done in Spain identified 22 cases of toxoplasmosis.  Although the majority of these were heart transplant recipients, kidney and liver transplant patients also developed the […]

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