Conclusions: Liver recipients transplanted under the age of 21 are able to maintain pregnancy with 75% resulting in a livebirth. Pregnancy, potential risks for mother and newborn, and long-term maternal survival should be discussed with the recipient and the parents of the recipient. Transplant centers are encouraged to report pregnancy outcomes in these recipients to the NTPR.
Recommended CitationRamirez, Carlo B.; Maley, Warren R.; Doria, Cataldo; Coscia, Lisa A.; Moritz, Michael J.; and Armenti, Vincent T., "Pregnancy Outcomes in Female Liver Recipients Transplanted under the Age of 21" (2010). Department of Surgery Faculty Papers. Paper 24.