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Symptoms & Causes of Biliary Atresia

toxins  patients  bile  genes  Liver Disease  health professionals  jaundice  viral infection  Biliary atresia  bilirubin  harmful chemicals  immune system problems 

Overview of the signs of biliary atresia, such as yellowing of the skin and whites of the eyes, called jaundice. Experts don’t know what causes biliary atresia.

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NIDDK

Eating, Diet, & Nutrition for Biliary Atresia

patients  supplements  Liver Disease  vitamins  health professionals  Fat-soluble vitamins  Biliary atresia  biliary atresia diet  biliary atresia nutrition  medium-chain triglyceride oil  MCT oil  feeding tube  nasogastric tube  NG tube 

Learn about how biliary atresia affects nutrition and how diet and supplements can help children with biliary atresia get enough nutrients and calories.

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NIDDK

Diagnosis of Biliary Atresia

patients  Liver Disease  Ultrasound  Blood test  health professionals  Biliary atresia  biliary atresia diagnosis  hepatobiliary scan  hepatobiliary scintigraphy  HIDA scan  liver biopsy  diagnostic surgery  intraoperative cholangiogram 

Learn about how doctors diagnose biliary atresia with medical and family history, a physical exam, a series of tests, and surgery to confirm the diagnosis.

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NIDDK

Definition & Facts of Biliary Atresia

patients  liver  Liver Disease  Bile Ducts  health professionals  liver failure  Cirrhosis  Newborns  Biliary atresia  extrahepatic biliary atresia  isolated biliary atresia  perinatal biliary atresia  fetal biliary atresia  embryonic biliary atresia  portal hypertension 

Overview of biliary atresia, a condition in infants in which the bile ducts outside and inside the liver are scarred and blocked, leading to liver damage.

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