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Publisher: Harvard University Press
Hays, Daniel M., Kimura, Ken
Congenital absence or closure of the bile ducts, biliary atresia, is a disease state of unknown etiology, controversial definition, and, until recently, no effective therapy. It is a condition of newborns, and Western methods of treatment have achieved a survival rate no greater than seven percent.Hays, Daniel M. is the author of 'Biliary Atresia: The Japanese Experience' with ISBN 9780674073258 and ISBN 0674073258.
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