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Question :
Posted On : 05 Nov 2020
How can we clinically and by minimum investigation differentiate between neonatal hepatitis and biliary obstruction (biliary atresia, etc). I mean we could come to know any baby having conjugated hyperbilirubinemia total bilirubin-13.5 conjugated-7.77 unconjugated-5.73 need cholangiography or not?
Expert Answer :
Check the color of the stool. If clay-colored biliary atresia should be ruled out immediately. The fastest way to diagnose would be a liver biopsy.
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