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Imaging of Renal Transplant Dysfunction: Early Complications

Imaging of Renal Transplant Dysfunction: Early Complications

Imaging of Renal Transplant Dysfunction: Early Complications

Grant Baxter
Grant Baxter
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Launch date: 09 Jul 2018
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Last updated: 10 Jul 2018

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The historical and clinical background to renal transplantation and the normal grey scale and colour Doppler ultrasound appearances of the transplant kidney was introduced in session Module 4c/Genito-Urinary and Adrenal/Imaging the Transplant Kidney Introduction (300-0427). This session describes the early complications that are seen following renal transplantation and demonstrates how ultrasound can aid both detection and treatment.


By the end of this session you will be able to:
• List early complications following renal transplant
• Explain the role of colour Doppler ultrasound in patients with delayed function following transplantation and gain knowledge of the aetiologies
• Describe the colour Doppler findings of early vascular occlusion
• Describe hydronephrosis and peritransplant collections
• Describe renal vein thrombosis (RVT)
• Describe renal artery thrombosis
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Grant Baxter
on behalf of Health Education England

Consultant Radiologist

Grant Baxter has been a Consultant Radiologist at the Western Infirmary, Glasgow, since 1993.

His special interest is in oncology, especially GU oncology, ultrasound and renal transplantation.

Grant is Past President of the BMUS and is Deputy Editor of Clinical Radiology and has multiple paper and book publications to his credit.

He loves all sports - especially those that can be watched in comfort!!

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  • Health Education England
  • 0.50 Units -
    Exam Pass Rate: 60

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