2013 - ISBTS 2013 Symposium
Oral Communications 1
7.212 - What happens to very late survivors after small bowel transplantation?
Presenter: Olivier, Corcos, , France
Authors: Olivier Corcos1, Florence Lacaille2, Olivier Goulet2, Cecile Talbotec2, Alexandra Bisbal1, Yves Panis3, Christophe Chardot4, Francisca Joly1
What happens to very late survivors after small bowel transplantation?
Olivier Corcos1, Florence Lacaille2, Olivier Goulet2, Cecile Talbotec2, Alexandra Bisbal1, Yves Panis3, Christophe Chardot4, Francisca Joly1
1Gastroenterology and Intestinal Failure, Beaujon hospital, Clichy, France; 2Pediatric Hepatogastroenterology-Nutrition, Necker-Enfants Malades Hospital, Paris, France; 3Department of Colorectal Surgery and Intestinal Transplantation, Beaujon Hospital, Clichy, France; 4Surgical Pediatry and Transplantation, Necker-Enfants Malades Hospital, Paris, France
Conclusion : Very late survivors of SBT reach the adult age with personal difficulties, that need to be prevented and accompanied in a multidisciplinary and global management, with special attention during the transition period.
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