Biliary Atresia Associated with Polysplenia Syndrome, Situs Inversus Abdominus, and Reverse Rotation of Intestine

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In 25% of cases of biliary atresia associated malformations are present; polysplenia constitute 10-50% of these associated anomalies. Biliary atresia found associated with polysplenia syndrome, heterotaxy, and reverse rotation of intestine, in isolation or in various combinations; however its association with polysplenia syndrome, situs inversus abdominus… (More)

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