Liver diseases in children

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Liver disease is frequently observed as a grown-up issue however actually a huge number of children - from babies to teens - experience the ill effects of different types of liver disease. While children might be diagnosed with virtually any form of liver disease, there are specific sorts that influence them the most. The real reasons for these ailments are viral infections, genetics or blockages of the stream of bile from the liver. Jaundice - a yellowing of the skin and whites of the eyes - is frequently the principal cautioning indication of liver issues. Many babies have 'newborn jaundice' enduring from three to five days after birth on the grounds that the liver is not completely created. This sort of jaundice usually clears up by itself and is not a sign of liver ailment. Any jaundice that does not clear up after 10 days however ought to be checked by a specialist. The most widely recognized types of childhood liver disease are: Alagille Syndrome, Alpha 1 antitrypsin deficiency, Biliary atresia, Choledochal cyst, Galactosemia,, Neonatal hepatitis, Reye's Syndrome, Type 1 Glycogen Storage Disease, Wilson Disease, Tyrosinemia.

  • Pathophysiology of pediatric liver disease
  • Cholestatic liver disease
  • Hepatitis and immune disorders
  • Metabolic liver disease
  • Other considerations and issues in pediatric hepatology

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