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Hepatobiliary: Disorders 

Hepatobiliary: Disorders
Hepatobiliary: Disorders

Karl Johnson

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date: 28 November 2020

Biliary atresia 276

Choledochal cyst and Caroli's disease 278

Caroli's disease 280

Mesenchymal hamartoma 284

Hepatoblastoma 286

Haemangioendothelioma (infantile cavernous haemangioma) 288

This is an absent, or a severely deficient, extrahepatic biliary tree. There may be associated congenital anomalies of the heart, abdomen, spine and genitourinary tract. It is graded on the level of disease extent: type I (common bile duct atresia); type II (common hepatic duct atresia); type III (right and left hepatic duct atresia)....

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