Pancreas Transplant Patient Education: Rejection and Other Possible Complications
Your answer to question 3 is correct.
The correct answer is (D) All of the above. All of the following are true about rejection: Rejection can happen right after surgery or months to years later, missing doses of anti-rejection (immunosuppression) medicines can cause rejection, and when caught early, rejection is very treatable and can usually be reversed by increasing anti-rejection medicines.
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