Kidney Transplant Survival                    Orient Journal of Medicine                      Vol 30  [1-2] Jan-June, 2018
CASE REPORTS

Histologically Diagnosed Cases of Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma in Two Nigerian Children within One Year Period: Case Reports and Review of Literature

Michael E ONWUKAMUCHE
Chinedu O NDUKWE
Cornelius O UKAH


Department of Histopathology
Nnamdi Azikiwe University
Teaching Hospital Nnewi
Anambra State, NIGERIA


Author for correspondence
Michael E ONWUKAMUCHE
Department of Histopathology
Nnamdi Azikiwe University
Teaching Hospital, PMB 5025
Nnewi, Anambra State
NIGERIA


Email: kamuchemike@gmail.com
Phone: +2348030949947


Received: August 12
th, 2016
Accepted: October 10
th, 2016


DISCLOSURE: There is neither conflict of interest nor external funds received by authors.
ABSTRACT
Kidney transplant is the most appropriate renal replacement therapy in terms of survival, quality of life and long term cost. We report 81 years old Nigerian whose kidney transplant lasted for 22 years. He encountered various challenges including complications relating to the long term impact of immunosuppression and infection.





















Key words: Survival, Graft, Rejection, Transplant, Kaposi