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A novel approach to the management of late-onset liver failure in biliary atresia.Academic Article Why?
Evaluation, operative management, and outcome after liver transplantation in children with biliary atresia and situs inversus.Academic Article Why?
Expression of osteopontin correlates with portal biliary proliferation and fibrosis in biliary atresia.Academic Article Why?
Histomorphometry of Biliary Atresia with Phase-Contrast CT Microscopy Yields Unique Insights.Academic Article Why?
Hypoplastic left heart syndrome, interrupted inferior vena cava, biliary atresia.Academic Article Why?
The Kasai portoenterostomy for biliary atresia: A review of a 27-year experience with 81 patients.Academic Article Why?
Medium-chain triglycerides in biliary atresia.Academic Article Why?
The use of medium-chain triglycerides in the management of biliary atresia.Academic Article Why?
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A long-term experience with biliary atresia. Reassessment of prognostic factors.Academic Article Why?
Orthotopic liver transplantation for biliary atresia. Evolution of management.Academic Article Why?
Sequential therapy in a case of extrahepatic biliary atresia associated with ventricular septal defect: liver transplantation followed by surgical closure of the septal defect.Academic Article Why?
A modified stenting procedure for bile duct reconstruction.Academic Article Why?
Deep hypothermia with circulatory arrest to aid in the management of suprahepatic vena cava stenosis after liver transplantation.Academic Article Why?
Maternal regulation of biliary disease in neonates via gut microbial metabolites.Academic Article Why?
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