Aim and Scope
Trends in Transplantation aims to serve as a channel of rapid communication for all those involved in the care of patients who require, or have had, organ or tissue transplants, including: kidney, intestine, liver, pancreas, islets, heart, heart valves, lung, bone marrow, cornea, skin, bone, and cartilage, viable or stored.
Trends in Transplantation is essential reading for clinicians and researchers in the diverse field of transplantation: surgeons; clinical immunologists; cryobiologists; hematologists; gastroenterologists; hepatologists; pulmonologists; nephrologists; cardiologists; and endocrinologists. It will also be of interest to sociologists, psychologists, research workers, and to all health professionals whose combined efforts will improve the prognosis of transplant recipients.
Published quarterly, Trends in Transplantation’s scope is focused on the complete spectrum of present transplant therapies, as well as also those that are experimental or may become possible in future.
Topics include but are not limited to Complications, short- and long-term results; Immunology and immunosuppression; Artificial organs; Donation and preservation of organ and tissue; Patient preparation; Advances in tissue typing; Updates on transplant pathology; Retransplantation; Xenotransplantation; Experimental transplantation; Tissue injury and repair; Barriers to transplantation; Tolerance; Social, ethical, and psychological issues; Translational studies, etc.
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