Dvořák's Cello Concerto in B minor, Op. 104, B. 191, is a standard part of the modern cello repertoire, probably even the most popular concerto on the instrument. For the most part the version played today is the same as the original. However, Hanuš Wihan, for whom the concerto was originally written, requested some changes, and Dvořák made a few of them. Wikipedia has the whole story.
From things written by other cellists, it seems that the changes were mostly made for playability, and the original version has a lot of musical advantages. However, it is rather difficult to find the original version in any form. Still, the fact that modern-day people are even talking about the differences indicates that it has survived in some form, and Wikipedia confirms that Dvořák's original version is still occasionally performed, though the reference it gives does not actually answer this question as far as I can tell.
What changes were made to the concerto, especially the cello part? I'd prefer a link to complete sheet music for the original unmodified version if possible, but barring that a recording of someone playing the original version or a list of the changes (assuming the number is fairly small) would also be acceptable.