What is the prognosis for graft-vs.-host disease?

Answer Somehow the grafted cells develop a tolerance to their new home after six to 12 months, and the medications can be gradually withdrawn

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What is the prognosis for buerger's disease?

One of the most common treatments is amputation, and is almost always life-shortening, and can be fatal.

The Prognosis of Kidney Disease in Dogs?

Kidney disease is irreversible, just as most organ diseases, and the effects can be quite serious. Since the kidneys plays a role in removing wastes and toxins, a dog's health can deteriorate rapid... Read More »

The Prognosis for Canine Vestibular Disease?

With its stroke-like symptoms, canine vestibular disease (CVD) can look scary. Despite the frightening physical manifestation, the prognosis is usually good and most patients fully recover with min... Read More »

Canine Liver Disease Prognosis?

Liver disease is a common disorder that affects mostly older dogs. Different causes can result in different liver diseases. The liver performs many functions, from digestion and nutrient supply to ... Read More »