Margarita Peneva, Elizabeta Zjogovska, Sasho Dohchev, Sotir Stavridis, Marija Jovanovski Srceva, Anton Damevski, Josif Janchulev, Jelka Masin Spasovska, Goce Spasovski
Background: Kidney transplants have become common surgical procedures that are associated with high success rates. Nevertheless the detection, accurate diagnosis and timely management of the perioperative surgical complications sometimes require multidisciplinary team approach for some of the complications may result in significant morbidity, risk of graft loss and/or mortality of the recipient.
Case presentation: A case of a 240-year old male patient that developed a number of different surgical complications is reported. The complications including venous graft thrombosis, urinary fistula, wound infection, wound dehiscence and a completely exteriorized transplanted kidney. Despite the various complications and accordingly a couple of revisions finally the patient was discharged with a regular kidney function.
Conclusion: Kidney transplant may be associated with various nephrological and surgical complications whose treatment require a multidisciplinary team work.