The effect of surgery in neonatal hepatitis

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E. M. Halimun

Abstract

 A review of nine neonatal hepatitis cases, which underwent exploratory laporatomy in the course of the disease, gave the conciusion that surgical intervention did not give unfavourable effect to the patients. Irrigation of the bile trees provoked bile flow and produced a normal serum bilirubine 3 months after surgery. However, this procedure did not suggest that insidious progression of cirrhosis could be arrested.

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Halimun E. The effect of surgery in neonatal hepatitis. PI [Internet]. 3Aug.2018 [cited 17Sep.2019];24(1-2):23-. Available from: https://paediatricaindonesiana.org/index.php/paediatrica-indonesiana/article/view/1909
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Neonatology
Received 2018-08-03
Published 2018-08-03

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