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Transplant rejection

Summary of Transplant rejection
Transplant rejection occurs when transplanted tissue is rejected by the recipient's immune system, and can range from hyperacute (within minutes) to chronic (within months to years). Depending on the onset of the transplant rejection, the pathogenesis may vary. 

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The onset of hyperacute transplant rejection occurs within .

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A 35-year-old woman comes to the clinic because of concerns about transplant rejection. Her medical history is significant for Crohn disease, several partial bowel resections, and an intestinal transplant for short bowel syndrome performed four weeks prior to this visit. She has been closely adhering to her post-operative plan. Which of the following symptoms is most suggestive of intestinal transplant rejection?

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