Disorders of hepatobiliary system


Disorders of the liver and biliary system (which creates and stores bile) may require surgical correction. These disorders can be developmental or congenital, or they may manifest later in childhood or adolescence.



 



Benign gallbladder diseases include infections (cholecystitis) and gallstones causing symptoms (biliary colic).



Bile duct cysts (choledochal cysts) stem from abnormal development of the biliary system and have been associated with cancer (cholangiocarcinoma) as well as infection of the bile duct (cholangitis).



Biliary atresia can prevent bile from being able to drain from the liver into the intestine. It stems from abnormal development of the biliary system.



 


  • heterogeneous group of diseases
  • biliary system
  • toxic chemicals

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