cholangiopathy

cholangiopathy

Any disease of the bile ducts.

Types
AIDS cholangiopathy, autoimmune cholangiopathy, IgG4 cholangiopathy, infantile obstructive cholangiopathy, ischemic cholangiopathy, portal angiopathy.

cholangiopathy

Any disease of the bile ducts. See AIDS-associated sclerosing, Infantile obstructive.
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There were no complications of visceral vasculopathy, HIV-related cholangiopathy or colitis.
It is an obliterative cholangiopathy observed only in children and caused by progressive inflammation and fibrosis of the bile duct.
One female had features suggestive of AIDS cholangiopathy at ERCP and EUS (Endoscopic Ultrasound).
Biliary atresia, an obliterative cholangiopathy is a progressive neonatal disorder.
Biliary atresia is characterised by progressive obliterative cholangiopathy.
For example, the histologic features of chronic rejection may resemble other causes of bile duct damage such as ischemic cholangiopathy.
PBC, the most prevalent acquired cholangiopathy, specifically affects females with a clinical presentation typically occurring during the peri- and post-menopausal period.
Focal destructive cholangiopathy associated with amoxycillin/clavulanic acid (Augmentin).
Cholangiopathy associated with portal hypertension: diagnostic evaluation and clinical implications.
In HIV-associated cholangiopathy opportunistic infections play a major role, with pain and jaundice being prominent features.
The causes of acalculous cholecystitis include biliary structures, human immunodeficiency virus cholangiopathy, biliary parasites and primary sclerosing cholangitis.