Hemorrhagic Diathesis as the Presenting Symptom of Neonatal Cholestasis


A 4-week-old infant presented with a coagulation disorder resulting from a vitamin K deficiency. The vitamin K deficiency was caused by neonatal cholestasis due to biliary atresia. Jaundice, hepatomegaly and pale stools are the predominant presenting symptoms of biliary atresia, none of which were recognized in our patient before admission. However, the… (More)
DOI: 10.5223/pghn.2014.17.3.191

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