Thursday, August 14, 2008

the results are back

...and the good news is that there are no visible signs of rejection of the kidney. There just appears to be some scarring, which is apparantly normal for a kidney 10 years post transplant.

Of course, there is still some work to do to get the creatinine levels and cyclosporine levels back where we'd like to see them. But, it appears that, at least for the moment, everything can be handled with biweekly lab work and adjustments to medication levels.

Thanks to all of you who have cared enough to express your concern to us.

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