Skip to main content

Table 1 Characteristics of 12 included studies reporting relative incidence of post-transplant melanoma

From: Systematic review of melanoma incidence and prognosis in solid organ transplant recipients

First author (publication year) Country Graft type Transplant years Population size Follow-up time
Jiang[8] Canada Heart 1981–1998 1,703 10,369 person-years
Webster[7] Australia, New Zealand Renal 1963–2004 15,183 130,186 person-years; median 7.2 years
Birkeland[10] Nordica Renal 1964–1982 5,692 32,392 person-years
Villeneuve[16] Canada Renal 1981–1998 11,033 81,237 person-years
Moloney[3] Ireland Renal 1986–2001 1,558 Median 5.7 years
Bastiaannet[9] Netherlands Renal 1989–2003 1,125 8165 person-years; mean 7.3 years
Aberg[13] Finland Liver 1982–2005 540 3222 person-years; mean 6.3 years
Jiang[12] Canada Liver 1983–1998 2,034 10,371 person-years
Adami[6] Sweden Renal, liver, heart, lung 1970–1997 5,931 40,360 person-years; mean 6.8 years
Jensen[5] Denmark Renal, liver, heart, lung 1977–2006 5,279 35,615 person-years; median 5 years
Collett[4] United Kingdom Renal, liver, heart, lung 1980–2007 37,617 Median 16 years
Engels[19] United States Renal, liver, heart, lung 1987–2008 175,732 775,147 person-years
  1. aDenmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden.