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an abnormal condition in which a normal opening or tube in the body (as the urethra) is closed or absent

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"The President and I helped bring babies Eren and Dionefer to India for surgery of their biliary atresia. Unfortunately, baby Eren suffered complications and did not survive the operation," Go recounted during the meeting.
Biliary atresia is a rare condition where the bile duct is blocked, thus damaging the liver.
Results from the Phase 2 study in pediatric cholestasis were presented on the effect of odevixibat on reducing serum bile acids, and improving pruritus and sleep measures in a subset of patients with Alagille syndrome, as well as the effect of odevixibat on reducing serum bile acids and improving pruritus in a small subset of patients with biliary atresia. A case study compared the effect of odevixibat on serum bile acids and pruritus in a patient who subsequently underwent biliary diversion surgery.
Esophageal atresia combined with transposition of the great arteries is extremely rare, and it is extremely difficult to get an accurate prenatal diagnosis (1-3).
International incidence and outcomes of biliary atresia. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr 2013; 56: 344-54.
Baby Adelaide Callanta, born on August 28, 2016, to Josephine Callanta (35) and Gerard Callanta (41) developed Biliary Atresia, a congenital liver condition that requires a liver transplant.
Aun sin haber diferencias entre el numero de foliculos reclutados en ambas estaciones, existe una mayor (P<0.05) atresia folicular en primavera (53.23%) respecto al otono (5.43%).
During the operation, it was confirmed that the infant has biliary atresia and a drainage operation (Kasai operation) was then performed.
The patients with classical oesophageal atresia with distal tracheo-oesophageal fistula (Gross type C) managed by extrapleural approach and primary single layer anastomosis were enrolled for study.
Objective: To evaluate the role of Hepatobiliary scintigraphy and bilirubin profile in early diagnosis of biliary atresia in children with persistent neonatal jaundice in resource constrained settings.
In neonatal hepatitis and biliary atresia inflammation of bile ducts soon after birth results in obstructive jaundice, and presents with elevated concentrations of conjugated bilirubin.
Eden-Olive Gee was born with a condition known as oesophageal atresia which meant the top part of her oesophagus was not connected to her stomach.
ONE in every 5,000 babies in East Asia, according to the National Biotechnology Information of Maryland, has been diagnosed with biliary atresia.