Contraindications to solitary kidney transplant

Absolute contraindications
Acute malignancy (except nonmelanomatous skin cancer)
Active human immunodeficiency virus infection (treated patients may be eligible)
Other active infection (excluding hepatitis C)
Chronic illness with short life expectancy
Poorly controlled psychosis
Acute substance abuse
End-stage heart, lung, or liver disease (consider for combined transplant)
Anatomic barriers precluding transplant
Relative contraindications
Active coronary artery disease or advanced heart failure
Cirrhosis or advanced hepatic fibrosis
Advanced peripheral or cerebrovascular disease
Advanced age
Morbid obesity
Active peptic ulcer or inflammatory bowel disease
Habitual noncompliance
Poor psychosocial or financial situation threatening adequate posttransplant care