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Anatomy and physiology of the liver
Anatomy and physiology of the biliary tract
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abdominal abnormalities acid adult alimentary bleeding alkaline phosphatase alpha-1 antitrypsin aminoacids anaemia antibody ascites associated asymptomatic bile salts biliary atresia biliary tree bilirubin biochemical blood cause cent childhood cholangitis choledochal cyst cholestasis cholesterol chronic active hepatitis cirrhosis Clinical features common bile duct complications concentration conjugated hyperbilirubinaemia copper cystic fibrosis deficiency develop diagnosis disorders dose drugs elevated enzyme excretion extrahepatic biliary atresia factors fatty frequently gallbladder gallstones genetic glycogen haemoglobin hepatic parenchyma hepatic vein hepatitis B surface hepatocytes hepatomegaly histological hyperbilirubinaemia increased infants infection infiltrate intrahepatic intravenous investigations jaundice kidney laparotomy lesions liver biopsy liver cells liver damage liver disease liver function tests metabolic mg/dl neonatal hepatitis normal obstruction occur oedema onset pathological patients percutaneous portal hypertension portal tracts portal vein prognosis protein prothrombin rarely Reye's syndrome serum bilirubin shunt sinusoids splenic splenomegaly surface antigen surgery symptoms Table therapy transaminase treatment tumour urine usually venous virus Wilson's disease