Idiopathic adulthood ductopenia: an update.

  • J. Ludwig
  • Published 1998 in Mayo Clinic proceedings

Abstract

Idiopathic adulthood ductopenia (IAD), named only 10 years ago, is the latest entity to join the group of small-duct biliary diseases. On the basis of published data and my consultation practice, I am aware of 57 cases. Most commonly, IAD affects young or middle-aged adults (overall range of affected patients, 15 to 77 years) and occurs with a distinct male… (More)

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