Kidney transplantation is a surgical treatment in which a healthy kidney obtained from a living or deceased donor is grafted into a patient with end-stage chronic kidney disease to restore the functions of the kidney.

One year after transplantation, more than 95% of patients do not require dialysis, and they generally have a reasonably good quality of life.

Substantiated information by:

Fritz Diekmann
Mireia Musquera Felip

Published: 19 April 2021
Updated: 19 April 2021


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