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Post-transplant lymphoproliferative disorder after solid-organ transplant in children.

The post-transplant lymphoproliferative disorders (PTLD) are a diverse group of potentially life-threatening conditions affecting organ transplant recipients. PTLD arises in the setting of an attenuated host immunologic system that is manipulated to allow a foreign graft but then fails to provide adequate immune surveillance of transformed malignant or premalignant lymphocytes. The diversity of biological behavior and clinical presentation makes for a challenging clinical situation for those involved in the care of children with PTLD occurring after solid-organ transplantation. This review details a large transplant center's multidisciplinary approach to monitoring for PTLD and systematic approach to intervention, which has been essential for early recognition and successful treatment.

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