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Dealing with the Uncertain and the Unexpected: A Report on the First Kidney Transplantations in Aden, Republic of Yemen

Robert D Fitzgerald, Felix Stockenhuber, Annelies Fitzgerald

Ann Transplant 2005; 10(1): 44-47

ID: 13780

First kidney transplantations were performed in Aden, Jemen in 2003. A difficult medical environment and unrehearsed decision-making process in a country of scant resources were the background of this undertaking. A brief report is given on the medical situation, training and preparedness of the Yemeni medical community for transplant procedures. Initial impressions of psychological aspects of first-ever organ transplantation in this Islamic country are presented.

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