Jan 15, 2006 · Adult-to-adult living donor liver transplantation Shimul A Shah, MD, Gary A Levy, MD, Lesley D Adcock, MD, Gary Gallagher, RN, and David R Grant, MD Multiorgan Transplant Program, University Health Network, University of Toronto, Toronto, OntarioCited by: 52. A living donor allows patients to receive a liver transplant at the best time for their individual needs, since the procedure is scheduled ahead of time. The surgery uses only a small part of an adult liver. Leaving the bulk of the liver intact makes the risk lower, and recovery easier, for the adult living donor.
Adult Living Donor Versus Deceased Donor Liver Transplant (LDLT Versus DDLT) at a Single Center Time to Change Our Paradigm for Liver Transplant. Humar, Abhinav MD *; Ganesh, Swaytha MD †; Jorgensen, Dana PhD, MPH *; Tevar, Amit MD *; Ganoza, Armando MD *; Molinari, Michele MD *; Hughes, Christopher MD *. Facts About Living Liver Donation. Potential living donors are evaluated by the donor team. In general, living donors must be between the ages of 18 and 55 years of age, be blood type compatible with the patient and be in good health. Costs related to live donation are billed to the recipient’s insurance.
What You Need to Know about Adult Living Donor Liver Transplantation!!!!! Usually,(organs(for(transplantation(are(obtained(from(people(who(have(died(and(whose(families(have(given(permission(for. General Description. The Adult to Adult Living Donor Liver Transplantation Cohort Study (A2ALL) consisted of both retrospective and prospective studies of AALDLT. Legacy data from the A2ALL retrospective cohort is housed in the NIDDK Data Repository. The A2ALL retrospective cohort comprised 819 adult patients, each with a potential living donor.