Cholestasis

Cholestasis is a condition caused by rapidly developing (acute) or long-term (chronic) interruption in the excretion of bile (a digestive fluid that helps the body process fat).

There are many causes of cholestasis.

Bile duct tumors, Cysts,Narrowing of the bile duct,Stones in the common bile duct,Pancreatitis,Pancreatic tumor or pseudocyst,Pressure on the bile ducts due to a nearby mass or tumor,Primary sclerosing cholangitis

Related Journals of Cholestasis
Journal of Hepatitis, Infectious Diseases and Treatment, Virology & Antiviral Research, Vaccines & Vaccination, Pediatric Infectious Diseases: Open Access, Digestive diseases and sciences, European Journal of Gastroenterology & Hepatology, Preventing chronic disease, Disease models & mechanisms, Infectious disease clinics of north America, The Lancet Infectious Disease, Virus Genes

 

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