Question of the Week

Question :
Posted On : 11 Mar 2021
Does normal USG and absence of clay-colored stool and urinary urobilinogen, stool stercobilinogen rule out biliary atresia in a case of cholestatic jaundice in a one-month-old baby in a peripheral hospital?
Expert Answer :
No it does not. You need to do HIDA scan. If not a liver biopsy.
Answer Discussion :
Ebtihal Khalid
no it does not
3 years ago
Ravi Goyal
practically yes.
3 years ago
mohamed abdinur
yes it does
3 years ago
wesal aljoudi
No it doesn’t
3 years ago

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