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Lung Allografts With Delayed Opposite Pulmonary Artery Ligation

Lung Allografts With Delayed Opposite Pulmonary Artery Ligation Abstract THE FUNCTIONAL competence of allogenic lung grafts has been studied by many methods. These include differential bronchospirometry, occlusion of the contralateral pulmonary artery by a balloon catheter or by ligation, and contralateral pneumonectomy. In previously reported investigations1,2 untreated dogs were observed to survive from 3 to 96 hours after an allograft of one lung followed immediately by ligation of the opposite pulmonary artery. Buecherl and coworkers3,4 reported a mean survival of 1.3 days when the right pulmonary artery was ligated immediately after a left lung allograft. Faber et al5 performed ten such experiments in which the longest survivor lived for five days. Zorzoli and co-workers6 ligated the opposite pulmonary artery some time after the autograft of one lung and one animal continued to prosper eight months later. Alican and Hardy7 suggested that delayed ligation of the contralateral pulmonary artery might be better tolerated than immediate References 1. Christiansen, K.H.; Smith, D.E.; and Pinch, L.W.: Homologous Transplantation of Canine Lungs: Technique With Contralateral Pulmonary Artery Ligation , Arch Surg 86:495-499 ( (March) ) 1963.Crossref 2. Christiansen, K.H., et al: Homologous Transplantation of Canine Lungs , Arch Surg 90:38-42 ( (Jan) ) 1965.Crossref 3. Buecherl, E.S.: Pulmonale Funktionsuntersuchungen nach Auto-und Homoiotransplantation einer Lunge , Langenbeck Arch Klin Chir 298:738-743 ( (Sept) ) 1961.Crossref 4. Buecherl, E.S.; Nasseri, M.; and von Prondzynski, B.: Lung Function Studies After Homotransplantation, Autotransplantation, Denervation of the Left Lung, and Ligature of the Right Pulmonary Artery , J Thorac Cardiov Surg 47:455-465 ( (April) ) 1964. 5. Faber, L.P.; Kenwell, J.M.; and Beattie, E.J., Jr.: Homologous Lung Transplantation: Experiences in the Dog , Arch Surg 83:491-495 ( (Oct) ) 1961.Crossref 6. Zorzoli, G., et al: Etudes sur la reimplantation et la transplantation du poumon , Bronches 8:354-367, 1958. 7. Alican, F., and Hardy, J.D.: Lung Reimplantation: Effect on Respiratory Pattern and Function , JAMA 183:849-853 ( (March 9) ) 1963.Crossref 8. Blumenstock, D.A., et al: Late Results of Homotransplantation of the Lung in Dogs , Dis Chest 45: 484-487 ( (May) ) 1964.Crossref 9. Bogardus, G.M.: Evaluation in Dogs of Relationship of Pulmonary, Bronchial, and Hilar Adventitial Circulation to Problem of Lung Transplantation , Surgery 43:849-856 ( (May) ) 1958. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Surgery American Medical Association

Lung Allografts With Delayed Opposite Pulmonary Artery Ligation

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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1966 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved.
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0004-0010
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1538-3644
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10.1001/archsurg.1966.01330030030006
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Abstract

Abstract THE FUNCTIONAL competence of allogenic lung grafts has been studied by many methods. These include differential bronchospirometry, occlusion of the contralateral pulmonary artery by a balloon catheter or by ligation, and contralateral pneumonectomy. In previously reported investigations1,2 untreated dogs were observed to survive from 3 to 96 hours after an allograft of one lung followed immediately by ligation of the opposite pulmonary artery. Buecherl and coworkers3,4 reported a mean survival of 1.3 days when the right pulmonary artery was ligated immediately after a left lung allograft. Faber et al5 performed ten such experiments in which the longest survivor lived for five days. Zorzoli and co-workers6 ligated the opposite pulmonary artery some time after the autograft of one lung and one animal continued to prosper eight months later. Alican and Hardy7 suggested that delayed ligation of the contralateral pulmonary artery might be better tolerated than immediate References 1. Christiansen, K.H.; Smith, D.E.; and Pinch, L.W.: Homologous Transplantation of Canine Lungs: Technique With Contralateral Pulmonary Artery Ligation , Arch Surg 86:495-499 ( (March) ) 1963.Crossref 2. Christiansen, K.H., et al: Homologous Transplantation of Canine Lungs , Arch Surg 90:38-42 ( (Jan) ) 1965.Crossref 3. Buecherl, E.S.: Pulmonale Funktionsuntersuchungen nach Auto-und Homoiotransplantation einer Lunge , Langenbeck Arch Klin Chir 298:738-743 ( (Sept) ) 1961.Crossref 4. Buecherl, E.S.; Nasseri, M.; and von Prondzynski, B.: Lung Function Studies After Homotransplantation, Autotransplantation, Denervation of the Left Lung, and Ligature of the Right Pulmonary Artery , J Thorac Cardiov Surg 47:455-465 ( (April) ) 1964. 5. Faber, L.P.; Kenwell, J.M.; and Beattie, E.J., Jr.: Homologous Lung Transplantation: Experiences in the Dog , Arch Surg 83:491-495 ( (Oct) ) 1961.Crossref 6. Zorzoli, G., et al: Etudes sur la reimplantation et la transplantation du poumon , Bronches 8:354-367, 1958. 7. Alican, F., and Hardy, J.D.: Lung Reimplantation: Effect on Respiratory Pattern and Function , JAMA 183:849-853 ( (March 9) ) 1963.Crossref 8. Blumenstock, D.A., et al: Late Results of Homotransplantation of the Lung in Dogs , Dis Chest 45: 484-487 ( (May) ) 1964.Crossref 9. Bogardus, G.M.: Evaluation in Dogs of Relationship of Pulmonary, Bronchial, and Hilar Adventitial Circulation to Problem of Lung Transplantation , Surgery 43:849-856 ( (May) ) 1958.

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Archives of SurgeryAmerican Medical Association

Published: Sep 1, 1966

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