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  • verb pathology To test that the blood of a donor and recipient are compatible

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Examples

  • Tissue typing and crossmatch with potential recipient

    Renal Donor Evaluation Protocol

  • Virtual crossmatch enables the identification of suitable donors without the need of prospective crossmatch testing.

    Immunogenetics

  • Initial blood type and tissue typing, blood crossmatch with potential recipient (arranged through transplant coordinator)

    Living Donor Kidney Transplant

  • Blood tissue typing and crossmatch (we need this information to find a compatible kidney for your child).

    Pretransplant Evaluation

  • The results of the tissue-typing and crossmatch put you right up there in the probable category.

    Scent of Danger

  • Besides checking for common genes, they have to do a crossmatch test, see if your immune system has produced any antibodies that might kill off my kidney.

    Scent of Danger

  • Without getting too technical, there are six criteria in the crossmatch test.

    Scent of Danger

  • One of 11 patients with rejection was positive in a T-cell crossmatch before allo-SCT and 4 of 11 in B-cell crossmatches.

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  • We retrospectively analyzed the clinical impact of cytotoxic T - and B-cell crossmatch testing before allo-SCT between January 2000 and June 2005.

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  • The predictive value of cytotoxic crossmatch analysis before allo-SCT remains unclear.

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