Renal Transplant in a Child with AL Port Syndrome

Hiba Jawdat Barqawi

Alport pattern is a rare heritable renal complaint characterized by renal, cochlear, and optical involvement. Cases generally bear renal relief remedy in the alternate or third decade of life. Renal transplantation in Pediatric cases has come a routinely successful procedure, with 1- and 5- time case survival rates of 98, the range takes into account the differences between living and departed benefactors. These good issues represent the accretive effect of advancements in pre- and post-transplant case care, operative ways, immunosuppression, and infection prophylaxis, opinion, and treatment. We report the case of a manly child with Alport pattern who passed pre emptive live renal transplant and his mama was the patron.