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Esther Ramos Boluda *

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El trabajo revisa la incidencia y posibles factores de riesgo asociados al síndrome linfoproliferativo tras trasplante intestinal pediátrico

TRASTORNO LINFOPROLIFERATIVO POSTERIOR A TRASPLANTE INTESTINAL PEDIÁTRICO

El síndrome linfoproliferativo es una complicación grave tras el trasplante intestinal en el niño. Su incidencia en nuestro grupo fue algo más del 14%. La mayor parte de nuestros casos estuvieron asociados a la infección por el virus de Epstein-Barr. Fue menos frecuente en el grupo de injertos multiviscerales aunque sin significación estadística.

*Esther Ramos Boluda
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POST-TRANSPLANT LYMPHOPROLIFERATIVE DISORDERS AND OTHER MALIGNANCIES AFTER PEDIATRIC INTESTINAL TRANSPLANTATION: INCIDENCE, CLINICAL FEATURES AND OUTCOME
Pediatric Transplantation,
17(5): Ago, 2013

Esta revista, clasificada por SIIC Data Bases, integra el acervo bibliográfico
de la Biblioteca Biomédica (BB) SIIC.

Institución principal de la investigación
*Unidad de Rehabilitación Intestinal. Hospital Universitario la Paz. Madrid. España., Madrid, España
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Otros artículos de Esther Ramos Boluda

1. Ramos E, Molina M, Sarría J, Pérez-Moneo B, Burgos E, López-Santamaría M, Prieto G. Chronic rejection with sclerosing peritonitis following pediatric intestinal transplantation. Pediatr Transplantation 2007; 11: 937-941.
2. Prieto G, Pérez-Moneo B, Molina M, Ramos E, Sarría J, Larrauri J, Tovar JA, Fibrosing colonopathy associated with treatment with enteric-coated mesalazine pills. Inflamm Bowel Dis 2009; 15: 1452-1453.
3. Andrés A, Lopez Santamaría M, Ramos E, Sarriá J, Molina M, Hernandez F, Encinas JL, Larrauri J, Prieto G, Tovar JA. Graft-vs-host disease after small bowel transplantation in children. J Ped Surg (2010) 45,330-336.
4. Botija G, Ybarra M, Ramos E, Molina M, Sarría JM, Martinez-Ojinaga E, Andrés AM, López-Santamaría M, Prieto G. Autoimmune cytopenia after pediatric intestinal transplantation: A case series. Transpl Int 2010 23: 1033-1037.
5. Andrés AM, López-Santamaría M, Ramos E, Hernández F, Prieto G, Encinas J, Leal N, Molina M, Sarría J, Tovar JA. The use of sirolimus as a rescue therapy in pediatric intestinal transplant recipients. Pediatr Transplantation 2010; 14: 931-935.
6. Martín-de-Carpi J, Rodríguez A, Ramos E, Jiménez S, Martínez-Gómez MJ, Medina E et al. Increasing incidence of pediatric inflammatory bowel disease in Spain (1996-2009): The SPIRIT registry. Inflamm Bowel Dis. 2013 Jan; 19(1):73-80
7. Feito-Rodríguez M, de Lucas-Laguna R, Gómez-Fernández C, Sendagorta- Cudós E, Collantes E, Beato MJ, Ramos E. Cutaneous Graft Versus Host Disease in Pediatric Multivisceral Transplantation. Pediatr Dermatol. 2013 May; 30(3):335-4.
8. Ramos E, Hernández F, Andrés A, Martínez-Ojinaga E, Molina M, Sarría JM, López Santamaría M, Prieto G. Post-transplant lymphoproliferative disorders and other malignancies after pediatric intestinal transplantation:incidence, clinical features and outcome in a pediatric series. Pediatr Transplantation 2013: 17:472-478.
9. Hernández F, Andrés AM, Encinas JL, Domínguez E, Gámez M, Murcia FJ, Leal N, Martínez L, Molina M, Ramos E, Sarría J, Martínez-Ojinaga E, Prieto G, Frauca E, López-Santamaría M. Preservation of the native spleen in multivisceral transplantation. Pediatr Transplantation 2013:17:556-560.
10. Martín de Carpi J, Rodríguez A, Ramos E, Jiménez S, Martínez-Gómez MJ, Medina E, Navas-López VM. The complete picture of changing pediatric inflammatory bowel disease incidence in Spain in 25 years (1985-2009): The EXPERIENCE registry. J Crohns Colitis 2014.

Para comunicarse con Esther Ramos Boluda mencionar a SIIC como referencia:
erboluda@salud.madrid.org

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9 de enero, 2014
Descripción aprobada
5 de febrero, 2014
Reedición siicsalud
17 de noviembre, 2020

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TRASTORNO LINFOPROLIFERATIVO POSTERIOR A TRASPLANTE INTESTINAL PEDIÁTRICO

Título original en castellano
TRASTORNOS LINFOPROLIFERATIVOS POST-TRASPLANTE Y OTRAS MALIGNIZACIONES TRAS TRASPLANTE INTESTINAL PEDIATRICO: INCIDENCIA, HALLAZGOS CLINICOS Y EVOLUCION.

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