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Psychosocial impact of pediatric living-donor kidney and liver transplantation on recipients, donors, and the family: a systematic review

Bibliographic reference Thys, Kristof ; Schwering, Karl-Leo ; Siebelink, Marion ; Dobbels, Fabienne ; Borry, Pascal ; et. al. Psychosocial impact of pediatric living-donor kidney and liver transplantation on recipients, donors, and the family: a systematic review. In: Transplant International, Vol. 28, no.3, p. 270-280 (2015)
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