Kidney And Pancreas Transplant

Kidney and pancreas transplantation involves placing a healthy kidney and pancreas into the body where they can perform all of the functions that a failing kidney and pancreas cannot. The new kidney is placed on the lower left side of the abdomen where it is surgically connected to nearby blood vessels. Placing the kidney in this position will allow it to be easily connected to blood vessels and the bladder. The vein and artery of the new kidney are joined to your vein and artery. The new kidney's ureter is attached to your bladder to allow urine to pass out of your body. The new pancreas is placed on the lower right side of your abdomen where it is surgically connected to nearby blood vessels. The vein and artery of the new pancreas are attached to your vein and artery

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