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Renal transplantation is a complex field and requires a detailed understanding of the patient's physical, psychological and social factors. This page contains basic questions to ask in order to better understand the history of a patient who has had a renal transplant.
Past Medical History
Dialysis & Transplant History
Social History (SHx)
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