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A new endoscopic standardized grading system for macroscopic central airway complications following lung transplantation: the MDS classification

Abstract : After lung transplant, between 9 and 13% of bronchial anastomoses develop complications severe enough to warrant therapeutic intervention. These complications include stenosis, dehiscence, granulation tissue, bronchomalacia and fistula. Most of these have already been included in a classification or another, but none of these have been universally accepted. Moreover, no grading system has integrated all of these complications. The Groupe Transplantation (GT) (Transplant Group), from the Société de Pneumologie de Langue Française (SPLF) [French Language Pulmonology Society], maintains a prospective national registry of lung transplants performed in France. The GT has mandated the Groupe d'Endoscopie de Langue Française (GELF), also from the SPLF, to develop an endoscopic classification, in order to describe the macroscopic aspect of the bronchial anastomoses, and downhill airways, using a standardized and exhaustive grading system.
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H. Dutau, T. Vandemoortele, S. Laroumagne, C. Gomez, V. Boussaud, et al.. A new endoscopic standardized grading system for macroscopic central airway complications following lung transplantation: the MDS classification. European Journal of Cardio-Thoracic Surgery, Oxford University Press (OUP), 2014, 45 (2), pp.e33-e38. ⟨10.1093/ejcts/ezt499⟩. ⟨hal-01969576⟩

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