Miguel cervantes

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Miguel cervantes
Posted over 1 year ago
thyroid and parathyroid transplant
Research at the University of Chile shows progress in transplantation of the parathyroid glands. Now in 2012 I would like to know how to proceed in these inquiries. http://www.uchile.cl/noticias/16065/realizan-trasplante-inedito-en-chile-de-glandulas-paratiroideas regarding the fragility of these glands is a problem that is being solved creatively by placing transplantation in the forearm muscles ... A can someone please find these developments in German hospitals and laboratories. Not fluent in German, but it says that also have investigations. Greetings. if you are a publication or research appreciate if I provide, I will create a blog soon to give hope to many people with this health problem ...
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Miguel cervantes
Posted over 1 year ago
thyroid and parathyroid transplant
Nowadays some parathyroid gland transplantation, implanting it in one of the muscles of the forearm, in all cases was progressive adaptation and delayed 1-2 years to reach equilibrium. This is a hope for people who have nothing of thyroid and parathyroid, but the big problem is the rejection of the transplanted organ by the immune system. Read this publication: "Parathyroid allotransplantationaspermanenttreatmentinarenal transplant patient"