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*  Cholestasis
... biliary atresia and other pediatric liver diseases biliary trauma congenital anomalies of the biliary tract gallstones acute ... hepatitis cystic fibrosis intrahepatic cholestasis of pregnancy (obstetric cholestasis) primary biliary cirrhosis, an ...
*  Situs ambiguus
Biliary atresia is not usually observed in patients with right atrial isomerism. Random positioning of the stomach is often one ... Biliary atresia, or inflammation and destruction of the bile ducts, may lead to jaundice. Vomiting and swelling of the ... This biliary atresia can lead to acute problems such as nutrient malabsorption, pale stools, dark urine, and abdominal swelling ... Following cholangiogram, a Kasai Procedure is usually performed in cases of biliary atresia. In this surgery, a Y-shaped shunt ...
*  Biliary atresia
... is most common in East Asia, with a frequency of one in 5,000. The causes of biliary atresia are not well ... Congenital biliary atresia has been associated with certain genes, while acquired biliary atresia is thought to be a result of ... If left untreated, biliary atresia can lead to liver failure. Unlike other forms of jaundice, however, biliary-atresia-related ... Information from the European Biliary Atresia Registry Biliary Atresia Research Consortium (U.S.) Children's Liver Disease ...
*  DMOZ - Health: Child Health: Conditions and Diseases: Digestive Disorders: Biliary Atresia
In most cases, biliary atresia develops a few weeks after birth, probably after inflammation and scarring of the extrahepatic ( ... Biliary atresia occurs when biliary ducts are obstructed due to progressive sclerosis of the common bile duct. ... Biliary atresia occurs when biliary ducts are obstructed due to progressive sclerosis of the common bile duct. In most cases, ... Biliary Atresia and Kasai Portoenteroscopy Information from the Children's Liver Disease Foundation on this rare disorder ...
*  Biliatresone
Patman, G. (2015). "Biliary tract: Newly identified biliatresone causes biliary atresia". Nat Rev Gastroenterol Hepatol. 12: ... It has been found to cause extrahepatic biliary atresia in a zebrafish model. The enone moiety of biliatresone is particularly ... May 2015). "Identification of a plant isoflavonoid that causes biliary atresia". Sci Transl Med. 7: 286ra67. doi:10.1126/ ... 2016). "Reactivity of biliatresone, a natural biliary toxin, with glutathione, histamine, and amino acids". Chem. Res. Toxicol ...
*  Eddie Rabbitt
Timmy was diagnosed with biliary atresia upon birth. The condition required a liver transplant for survival and he underwent ...
*  CFC1
Davit-Spraul A, Baussan C, Hermeziu B, Bernard O, Jacquemin E (2008). "CFC1 gene involvement in biliary atresia with ...
*  Isoflavonoid
Recently, some natural isoflavonoids have been identified as toxins, including biliatresone which may cause biliary atresia ... "Identification of a plant isoflavonoid that causes biliary atresia". Science Translational Medicine. 7 (286): 286ra67-286ra67. ...
*  Ursodeoxycholic acid
Kotb MA (July 2008). "Review of historical cohort: ursodeoxycholic acid in extrahepatic biliary atresia". Journal of Pediatric ... For the treatment of primary biliary cholangitis (also known as primary biliary cirrhosis, PBC). To aim to improve bile flow in ... "Trials of ursodeoxycholic acid for the treatment of primary biliary cholangitis (primary biliary cirrhosis)". www.uptodate.com ... with biliary cholesterol oversaturation and also biliary diskinesia secondary to abnormalities in cholecystokinin and biliary ...
*  Glypican
Mutations in this gene have also been associated with biliary atresia. De Cat B, David G (April 2001). "Developmental roles of ... "Evidence from human and zebrafish that GPC1 is a biliary atresia susceptibility gene". Gastroenterology. 144 (5): 1107-1115.e3 ...
*  Alagille syndrome
Patients with biliary atresia may require a Kasai procedure to improve bile drainage; however, later liver transplantation is ... biliary atresia). Bile duct paucity results in the reduced absorption of fat and vitamins (A, D, E and K), which may lead to ... Partial biliary diversion has been used to significantly reduce pruritus, jaundice, and xanthomas caused by poor bile flow in ... Because notch signaling has been found to regulate formation of three-dimensional intrahepatic biliary architecture in murine ...
*  Bile duct
In infants with biliary atresia, hepatoportoenterostomy is an alternative method of providing bile drainage. Cholangiocarcinoma ... Biliary drainage is performed with a tube or catheter (called a biliary drain, biliary stent or biliary catheter) by a surgeon ... A biliary drain can also be used to take bile samples for diagnostic workup or disease monitoring, as well as providing a route ... The biliary tree (see below) is the whole network of various sized ducts branching through the liver. The path is as follows: ...
*  Danny Vukovic
Soon after Harley's birth, he was diagnosed with biliary atresia and required a liver transplant. This was a contributing ...
*  MMP7
reported that the proteolytic activity of MMP7 plays major role in tissue remodeling in biliary atresia-associated liver ... is a major matrix metalloproteinase upregulated in biliary atresia-associated liver fibrosis". Mod. Pathol. 18 (7): 941-50. doi ...
*  Polysplenia
... biliary atresia, and several cardiac malformations. Associated cardiac conditions include dextrocardia, atrial situs ambiguus, ... such as intestinal malrotation or biliary atresia, as well as cardiac abnormalities, such as dextrocardia. There are frequent ...
*  Orthoreovirus
Diseases associated with this genus include mild upper respiratory tract disease, gastroenteritis, and biliary atresia. ...
*  Dennis C. Wolff
The camp is "A Special Camp for Special Kids." In 1984, Wolff's youngest son, Nicholas, was born with biliary atresia, an ...
*  Jaundice
Other causes include strictures of the common bile duct, biliary atresia, cholangiocarcinoma, pancreatitis, cholestasis of ... and biliary system: Investigation of liver and biliary disease". BMJ. 322 (7277): 33-6. doi:10.1136/bmj.322.7277.33. PMC ... However, although pale stools and dark urine are a feature of biliary obstruction, they can occur in many intra-hepatic ... This conjugated bilirubin is excreted from the liver into the biliary and cystic ducts as part of bile. Intestinal bacteria ...
*  Neonatal hepatitis
... biliary atresia, in which the bile ducts are destroyed for reasons that are not understood. The infant with biliary atresia is ... These symptoms, along with a liver biopsy and blood tests, are needed to distinguish biliary atresia from neonatal hepatitis. ...
*  Hepatitis
Structural abnormalities such as biliary atresia and choledochal cysts can lead to cholestatic liver injury leading to neonatal ... Autoimmune hepatitis is distinct from the other autoimmune diseases of the liver: primary biliary cirrhosis and primary ...
*  Human tooth
Erythroblastosis fetalis and biliary atresia are diseases which may cause teeth to appear green from the deposition of ...
*  Subash Gupta
"Successful living donor liver transplant in a child with Abernethy malformation with biliary atresia, ventricular septal defect ... Prof (Dr) Subhash Gupta is the Chief liver transplant/hepato-pancreato-biliary surgeon and the Chairman of the Max Center of ... Dr.Subhash Gupta is the Owner/President of The Center for Liver and Biliary Sciences.He has acquired an outstanding reputation ... Subhash Gupta and his team has successfully conducted 300 Living Donor Liver Transplant in 2013 at Centre for Liver and Biliary ...
*  Catherine Herridge
On June 6, 2006, she donated a portion of her liver to her infant son who was diagnosed with biliary atresia. From her Fox News ...
*  C. Everett Koop
He helped establish the biliary atresia program at CHOP when pioneering surgeon Morio Kasai came to work with him in the 1970s ... In April 1982, a child born in Bloomington, Indiana, was diagnosed with Down syndrome as well as esophageal atresia with ... Koop, C. Everett; Hamilton, James P. (1965). "Atresia of the Esophagus: Increased Survival with Staged Procedures in the Poor- ... Koop never lost a full-term baby upon whom he had operated to correct esophageal atresia. It was due to this background that he ...
*  Ben Hardwick
... who suffered from biliary atresia, urgently needed a transplant. Ben received his new liver at the age of two but he died in ...
*  Spleen
... but it is often accompanied by other developmental abnormalities such as intestinal malrotation or biliary atresia, or cardiac ...
*  Cholangiocyte
... and biliary atresia. As a group, cholangiopathies account for approximately 18% of adult liver transplantations and the ... These diseases include primary biliary cirrhosis, primary sclerosing cholangitis, AIDS cholangiopathy, disappearing bile duct ...