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July 2018 case:
This patient received a living related liver transplant for relief of NASH cirrhosis. Postoperative course was notable for declining mental status which was complicated by cardiac arrest during a diagnostic procedure. The specimen is from the allograft hepatectomy.

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    July 19 2018: Case presentation updated
    June 11 2018: New liver rejection schemas posted

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