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Hepatobiliary: Differential diagnosis 

Hepatobiliary: Differential diagnosis
Hepatobiliary: Differential diagnosis

Karl Johnson

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date: 29 November 2020

Hepatosplenomegaly 272

Increased periportal echoes in neonates 272

Diffuse increase in liver echogenicity 273

Gallstones in children 273

Cardiac failure.


Metabolic disorders.

Nutritional abnormalities.

Storage disorders.


Biliary atresia ( p. 276).



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