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A Case of Biliary Atresia with Ileal Atresia

Korean Journal of Pediatrics 2004;47(8):908-911.
Published online August 15, 2004.
A Case of Biliary Atresia with Ileal Atresia
So Yeon Kim1, Hyun Jung Na1, Woo Taek Kim1, Woo Hyun Park2, Jin Kyung Kim1
1Department of Pediatrics, College of Medicine, The Catholic University of Korea
2Department of General Surgery, College of Medicine, Keimyung University, Daegu, Korea
선천성 회장 폐쇄증이 동반된 담도 폐쇄증 1례
김소연1, 나현정1, 김우택1, 박우현2, 김진경1
1대구가톨릭대학교 의과대학 소아과학교실
2계명대학교 의과대학 소아외과학교실
Jin Kyung Kim, Email: kimjk@cu.ac.kr
Biliary atresia is a progressive obliterative cholangiopathy. However, the actual causes remain unknown, although a number of factors such as developmental malformation, viral infection, toxicity of bile constituents, and anatomic abnormality in the hepatobiliary system have been considered. Recently, several studies have been done to find out specific gene expression. Some cases of biliary atresia are associated with anomalies of cardiovascular system, digestive tract and spleen. Few cases of biliary atresia with congenital ileal atresia were reported. We experienced a case with biliary atresia combined with ileal atresia. Ileal resection and end to end anastomosis operation were done at second days of the life because of congenital ileal atresia. Jaundice and acholic stool were noticed a few days after the operation. He was diagnosed as biliary atresia and received Kasai operation at 23 days of the life. Therefore, we report the case with a brief review of the related literature.
Key Words: Biliary, Ileal, Atresia

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