Does the pediatric end-stage liver disease score or hepatic artery resistance index predict outcome after liver transplantation for biliary atresia?

Abstract

The pediatric end-stage liver disease score (PELD) was devised and validated as a tool for predicting mortality and morbidity in children with chronic liver disease waiting for a liver transplant (LT). It has become a useful guide for prioritizing organ allocation in the United States. The hepatic artery resistance index (HARI) also predicts waiting list… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00383-006-1737-1

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@article{Asthana2006DoesTP, title={Does the pediatric end-stage liver disease score or hepatic artery resistance index predict outcome after liver transplantation for biliary atresia?}, author={Sonal Asthana and Patricia A McClean and Mark Stringer}, journal={Pediatric Surgery International}, year={2006}, volume={22}, pages={697-700} }