Dr. Richard Perez is a transplant surgeon practicing in Sacramento, CA. Dr. Perez specializes in organ transplants, and may perform surgeries involved with the transplant of organs such as the kidneys, liver, pancreas, intestines, heart, lungs, tracheal tissue and more. As a transplant surgeon, Dr. Perez performs long, complex surgeries that might take many hours to complete. Transplant surgeons remove the organ from the donor as well as transplant the organ in the recipient. Dr. Perez works with transplant physicians, nurses and surgical residents, and is responsible for and complications which may arise during or after surgery.
Education and Training
Univ of Hi John A Burns Sch of Med, Honolulu Hi 1982
SurgeryAmerican Board of SurgeryABS
- Improvements in diabetic microangiopathy after successful simultaneous pancreas-kidney transplantation: a computer-assisted intravital microscopy study on the conjunctival microcirculation.
- Effect of intravascular volume expansion on renal function during prolonged CO2 pneumoperitoneum.
- Dose response to a single intramuscular injection of recombinant adeno-associated virus-erythropoietin in monkeys.
- The role of percutaneous biopsy in detection of pancreatic transplant rejection.
- Factors affecting choice of surgical residency training program.
- Increased transplantation of kidneys with multiple renal arteries in the laparoscopic live donor nephrectomy era: surgical technique and surgical and nonsurgical donor and recipient outcomes.
- Renal autotransplantation for renovascular hypertension: extraperitoneal renal approach and use of the ovarian vein for vascular reconstruction.
- Ureterocystoplasty (bladder augmentation) with a solitary kidney.
- Early and late recipient graft function and donor outcome after laparoscopic vs open adult live donor nephrectomy for pediatric renal transplantation.
- Initial report of bladder carcinoma following combined bladder-drained pancreas and kidney transplantation.
- The presence of a local lung transplant center increases lung procurement rates.
- Amelioration of tacrolimus-induced nephrotoxicity in rats using juniper oil.
- Higher surgical wound complication rates with sirolimus immunosuppression after kidney transplantation: a matched-pair pilot study.
- Laparoscopic (vs open) live donor nephrectomy: a UNOS database analysis of early graft function and survival.
- Rhabdomyolysis associated with laparoscopic live donor nephrectomy and concomitant surgery: a note of caution.
- Outcomes of upper arm arteriovenous fistulas for maintenance hemodialysis access.
- Impact of portal venous pancreas graft drainage on kidney graft outcome in simultaneous pancreas-kidney recipients reported to UNOS.
- Acute renal transplant injury and interaction between antithymocyte globulin and pooled human immunoglobulin.
- Pretransplant recipient cytomegalovirus seropositivity and hemodialysis are associated with decreased renal allograft and patient survival.
- Pre-transplant elevations of interleukin-12 and interleukin-10 are associated with acute rejection after renal transplantation.
- Occult pretransplantation systemic inflammation and posttransplantation vascular changes in a primate arterial allograft model.
- Laparoscopic live donor nephrectomy: a risk factor for delayed function and rejection in pediatric kidney recipients? A UNOS analysis.
- Predictive value of pretransplant inflammatory markers in renal allograft survival and rejection in children.
- Assessment of pretransplant inflammation in pediatric renal allograft recipients.
- Upper arm arteriovenous fistula versus forearm looped arteriovenous graft for hemodialysis access: a comparative analysis.
- Impact of laparoscopic nephrectomy on donor preoperative decision-making and postoperative quality of life and psychosocial outcomes.
- Delivery of antioxidative enzyme genes protects against ischemia/reperfusion-induced liver injury in mice.
- Rapid steroid discontinuation for pediatric renal transplantation: a single center experience.
- Transplantation of pediatric en bloc kidneys when the proximal vascular cuff is too short: the aortorenal aortic lid.
- Similar long-term outcomes for laparoscopic versus open live-donor nephrectomy kidney grafts: an OPTN database analysis of 5532 adult recipients.
- Decreasing disparity in liver transplantation among white and Asian patients with hepatocellular carcinoma : California, 1998-2005.
- Pediatric en bloc kidney transplantation into pediatric recipients.
- Hypothermic pulsatile perfusion of small pediatric en bloc kidneys: technical aspects and outcomes.
- Extended experience with a steroid minimization immunosuppression protocol in pediatric renal transplant recipients.
- The transition from laparoscopic to retroperitoneoscopic live donor nephrectomy: a matched pair pilot study.
- Unusual pattern of dyslipidemia in children receiving steroid minimization immunosuppression after renal transplantation.
- Effect of pretransplant dialysis modality and duration on long-term outcomes of children receiving renal transplants.
- Renal transplant wound complications in the modern era of obesity.
- Panniculectomy in preparation for renal transplantation: a new indication for an old procedure to reduce renal transplantation-associated wound complications.
- Low progesterone concentration during the development of the first follicular wave reduces pregnancy per insemination of lactating dairy cows.
- Outcomes of children receiving en bloc renal transplants from small pediatric donors.
- Optimizing recovery, utilization and transplantation outcomes for kidneys from small, ≤20 kg, pediatric donors.
- Immunoregulation of transfusion-induced immunosuppression with inhibitors of the arachidonic acid metabolism.
- Altered macrophage function in dietary immunoregulation.
- Graft arterial stenosis in kidney en bloc grafts from very small pediatric donors: incidence, timing, and role of ultrasound in screening.
- Augmentation of donor-specific transfusion and cyclosporine effects with dietary linoleic acid.
- Impact of panniculectomy on transplant candidacy of obese patients with chronic kidney disease declined for kidney transplantation because of a high-risk abdominal panniculus: A pilot study.
- Learning Curve for Laparoendoscopic Single-Incision Live Donor Nephrectomy: Implications for Laparoendoscopic Practice and Training.
- Neutrophil dysfunction and decreased leukotriene production in burned, septic rats.
- Immune regulation by lipids.
- Manipulations of arachidonic acid metabolism using a 5-lipoxygenase inhibitor in transfusion-induced immunosuppression.
- Dietary immunoregulation of transfusion-induced immunosuppression.
- The effect of donor specific transfusions and dietary fatty acids on rat cardiac allograft survival.
- Improvement in conjunctival microangiopathy after simultaneous pancreas-kidney transplants.
- HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors pravastatin and simvastatin inhibit human B-lymphocyte activation.
- Preoperative induction therapy with oral cyclosporine for recipients of living-related renal transplants.
- University Hosp, Inc, General Surgery
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