Donor origin Rh antibodies as a cause of significant hemolysis following ABO-identical orthotopic liver transplantation

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Donor origin Rh antibodies as a cause of significant hemolysis following ABO-identical orthotopic liver transplantation

Brian K. Kim / Carolyn F. Whitset / Christopher D. Hillyer

Citation Information : Immunohematology. Volume 8, Issue 4, Pages 100-101, DOI: https://doi.org/10.21307/immunohematology-2019-995

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Published Online: 06-December-2020

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A group A, D-positive patient underwent orthotopic liver transplantation from a group A, D-negative (cde/cde) donor. Anti-D and -E were eluted from the recipient’s red cells and were found in the recipient’s serum 13 days later, at which time significant hemolysis developed. These Rh antibodies appear to he secondary to passive transfer of sensitized donor lymphocytes, a rare finding following liver transplantation.

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