immune related manifestations in chronic hepatitis C virus infection.
However, even hepaticojejunostomy, which successfully solves the problem of extrahepatic
biliary obstruction, in 7%-38% of patients can result in anastomotic strictures which require subsequent percutaneous, transhepatic or endoscopic dilation.
sup], Based on our experience, the liver cystic lesions are usually fed by multiple feeding arteries, not only through the hepatic arterial branches but also through extrahepatic
collaterals, and these collaterals may be one of negative influence factors on the long-term efficacy of TAE.
In Type IV B, as in Type I, dilated extrahepatic
cysts are completely excised and Roux-en-Y hepaticojejunostomy is applied.
Hepatitis B virus genotypes and extrahepatic
Hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection is associated with numerous extrahepatic
Intrahepatic and extrahepatic
biliary mucosa is flat, whereas gallbladder mucosa exhibits villous configuration.
The defect in excretion may be within the biliary canaliculi of the hepatocyte and in the microscopic bile ducts (intrahepatic cholestasis) or there may be mechanical obstruction to the extrahepatic
biliary excretory apparatus (extrahepatic
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Biliary atresia is a neonatal cholestatic disease characterized by progressive obliteration or discontinuity of the extrahepatic
biliary system resulting in obstruction to bile flow.
In 85% of cases, this is associated with smooth and symmetric extrahepatic
bile duct wall thickening but less commonly, is associated with enhancement of the intrahepatic biliary duct walls (a finding best seen on delayed phase gadolinium-enhanced fat-saturation T1-weighted 3D gradient echo sequences).
8] Liver biopsy shows extrahepatic
biliary obstruction by varying degrees of portal tract fibrosis, oedema, ductular proliferation and cholestasis with appearance of bile plugs.