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Neonatal cholestasis.Academic Article Why?
Neonatal cholestasis.Academic Article Why?
Neonatal Cholestasis.Academic Article Why?
Niemann-pick disease type C in neonatal cholestasis at a North American Center.Academic Article Why?
Frequency and clinical progression of the vitamin E deficiency neurologic disorder in children with prolonged neonatal cholestasis.Academic Article Why?
Initial assessment of the infant with neonatal cholestasis-Is this biliary atresia?Academic Article Why?
Neonatal cholestasis: emerging molecular diagnostics and potential novel therapeutics.Academic Article Why?
Maternal cholestasis does not affect the ontogenic pattern of expression of the Na+/taurocholate cotransporting polypeptide (ntcp) in the fetal and neonatal rat liver.Academic Article Why?
Genetic induction of proinflammatory immunity in children with biliary atresia.Academic Article Why?
Biliary Atresia: Clinical Lessons Learned.Academic Article Why?
Conjugated hyperbilirubinemia in children.Academic Article Why?
Autoantibodies in mothers of children with neonatal liver disease.Academic Article Why?
Immaturity of the enterohepatic circulation in early life: factors predisposing to "physiologic" maldigestion and cholestasis.Academic Article Why?
Vitamin E deficiency during chronic childhood cholestasis: presence of sural nerve lesion prior to 2 1/2 years of age.Academic Article Why?
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