biliary atresia


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biliary atresia

[′bil·ē‚er·ē ə′trēzh·ə]
(medicine)
Failure of the bile ducts to develop in the embryo.
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Laparoscopic treatment of biliary atresia and choledochal cyst.
Oxidative stress profile in the post-operative patients with biliary atresia.
European biliary atresia registries: Summary of a symposium.
To better understand the disease's apparent link to the developing and still immature infant immune system, researchers in this study analyzed the livers of infants diagnosed with biliary atresia.
Mrs Gittens said: "Before Alison approached us, we'd never even heard of biliary atresia or just how many children suffer from liver disease.
Partial splenic embolization decreases the serum bilirubin level in patients with hypersplenism following the Kasai procedure for biliary atresia.
Lydia was born with biliary atresia, a congenital condition in which the biliary ducts fail to develop.
Biliary atresia is a serious disease of the very young infant.
Children with biliary atresia are born with missing or underdeveloped bile ducts.
LOS ANGELES -- More than 100 patients and families who must deal with the daily effects of a rare devastating liver disease known as biliary atresia gathered together on Oct.
Problems related to cytomegalovirus infection and biliary atresia.
She was first diagnosed with extra hepatic biliary atresia when she was three months old.