Histopathologic examination of the effects of cyclosporin a alone and the combined therapy with prednisolone on lung: an experimental study
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CitationAktaş, R.G., Altaner, S., Güven, A., Coşkun, O., Barut, C. ve Özen, O. A. (2003). Histopathologic examination of the effects of cyclosporin a alone and the combined therapy with prednisolone on lung: an experimental study. Microscopy and Microanalysis, Cambridge University Press. 9(2), s. 1382-1383.
Cyclosporin-A(CsA) is a very potent immunosuppressive agent which is widely used in transplantations and autoimmune diseases. Recent studies suggest an encouraging clinical effect for low-dose, long-term cyclosporin A treatment in different lung diseases[1,2,3,4,5]. Whether administration of CsA might be useful for lowering the dosage of steroids during the treatment of interstitial pneumonia, asthma and lung injuries[6,7,8] is presently a matter of controversy. Several clinical studies reported that CsA might cause pulmonary complications in transplant recipients [9,10].
SourceMicroscopy and Microanalysis
- Makale Koleksiyonu 
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