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  • The consortium of ten biliary atresia centers is funded by the NIH, and is now known as the Biliary Atresia Research Consortium (BARC).

    About the Biliary Atresia Program

  • A surgical procedure performed to restore bile flow in children with Biliary Atresia.

    Biliary Atresia Glossary

  • MacGillivray TE, Adzick NS: Biliary atresia begins before birth.

    CHOP gastrointestinal anomaly publications

  • Biliary diversion has been successful in a limited number of patients but pruritus continues to be an indication for transplantation in some patients.

    Liver Disease and Alagille Syndrome

  • Currently, we are assessing the HRQOL of patients with Biliary Atresia in order to determine how living with this chronic liver disease impacts daily functioning physically, socially, and emotionally.

    Clinical and Collaborative Research

  • Biliary atresia is associated with several malformations including a malformation of the spleen, i.e. asplenia or polysplenia.

    Biliary Atresia Glossary

  • A surgery performed to restore bile flow in children with Biliary Atresia.

    Biliary Atresia Glossary

  • Biliary related to the liver's bile-carrying structures.

    Biliary Atresia Glossary

  • Biliary atresia is a serious liver disorder that occurs shortly after birth when a newborn's bile ducts (the tubes that carry bile from the liver) become blocked.

    About Biliary Atresia

  • CHOP is one of 10 clinical sites, and a data-coordinating center, participating in the National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases funded Biliary Atresia Research Consortium (BARC).

    Clinical and Collaborative Liver Disease Research

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