The pathology of posttransplant lymphoproliferative disorders occurring in the setting of cyclosporine A-prednisone immunosuppression.

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Published in Am J Pathol on October 01, 1988


M A Nalesnik1, R Jaffe, T E Starzl, A J Demetris, K Porter, J A Burnham, L Makowka, M Ho, J Locker

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1: Department of Pathology, Veteran's Administration Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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