inspissated bile syndrome

inspissated bile syndrome

persistent jaundice in newborns with hemolytic anemia, with elevations of both direct and indirect bilirubin.
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Meconium Ileus 19(6.64%) Duplication Cysts 15(5.24%), Mesenteric Cysts 6(2.09%), Chylolymphatic Cysts 5(1.74%), Web/Stenosis 4(1.39%), Meconium Cyst 4 (1.04%), Malrotation 2 (0.7%), Heterotopic Pancreas 2(0.7%), Inspissated Bile Syndrome 2 (0.7%), Recto-vaginal Fistula 2 (0.7%), Tracheo-oesophageal fistula (TOF)1 (0.35%), TOF + Esophageal Atresia 1(0.35%), Anal Fistula 1(0.35%), Ectopia vesicae with Duplication Cysts 1(0.35%), and Imperforate Anus 1(0.35%).
No Congenital Anomaly Age Range Male 1 Hirschsprung's Disease 0-12 yrs 114 2 Omphalomesenteric duct 0-15 yrs 37 remnants 3 Intestinal Atresia 0-1 month 17 4 Meconium Ileus 0-1 month 10 5 Duplication Cysts 0-10 yrs 8 6 Mesenteric Cysts 0-5 yrs 5 7 Chylolymphatic Cysts 1-10 yrs 5 8 Web/Stenosis 0-8 yrs 3 9 Meconium Cyst 0-7 days 2 10 Malrotation 0-10 month 1 11 Heterotopic Pancreas 0-5 yrs 1 12 Inspissated Bile Syndrome 1-6 month 2 13 Recto-vaginal Fistula 1-5 yrs 0 14 Tracheo-esophageal fistula 1yr 0 (TOF) 15 TOF + Esophageal Atresia 5 days 0 16 Anal Fistula 12 days 1 17 Ectopia vesicae with 7 Months 1 Duplication Cysts 18 Imperforate Anus 1 day 1 Total 208 78 286 S.