Graft survival was inversely related to liver steatosis After three years.

Graft survival was inversely related to liver steatosis After three years, graft survival was 72 % for transplant recipients whose donor livers had no steatosis, 58 % for mild, 43 % for medium and 42 per cent for severe Most. Profound decline in graft survival occurred, as donor livers contain more than 30 % steatosis and to to more than 12 hours cold ischemic time.

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