Skip to main content

Table 3 Shown are the indications for liver transplantation in the study population

From: Prognostic limitations of the Eurotransplant-donor risk index in liver transplantation

Indications for liver transplantation: %
acute liver failure 10.3
alcoholic cirrhosis 8.6
alpha-1-antitrypsin deficiency 1.4
autoimmune hepatitis 1.0
biliary atresia 0.7
Budd Chiari syndrome 2.1
cryptogenic cirrhosis 5.5
familial amyloidotic polyneuropathy 1.0
HBV HCV related cirrhosis 0.3
HBV related cirrhosis 4.5
HCC 19.6
HCV related cirrhosis 5.5
intrahepatic CCC 0.7
M. Osler/hemangioma 0.3
neuroendocrine metastases 1.0
Other 0.7
Oxalosis 0.3
PBC 2.7
polycystic disease 3.4
PSC 8.2
re-TX: biliary complications 3.4
re-TX: chronic graft failure 5.5
re-TX: chronic rejection 1.0
re-TX: primary graft non-function 6.2
re-TX: recurrent viral hepatitis 0.3
re-TX: vascular complications 2.4
secondary biliary cirrhosis 1.7
Wilson disease 1.4
Total: 100.0
  1. (HBV = hepatitis b; HCV = hepatitis c; CCC = cholangiocellular carcinoma, PBC = primary biliary cirrhosis, PSC = primary sclerosing cholangitis, re-Tx = retransplantation).