Biliary atresia

Yellow (updated)

Overview

A neonate with jaundice. Physiological or pathological?


  1. Biliary atresia: diagnosis
  2. Biliary atresia: overview
  3. Kasai procedure: outcomes
  4. Kasai procedure: overview
  5. Neonatal hyperbilirubinemia: overview
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