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Caroli s syndrome462Caroli Syndrom

Alagille s syndrome

Ambient air pollution

Biliary system (Atresia)

Biliary system (Cholestasis hereditary)

Caroli s syndrome

Carveout

Cholestasis (progressive familial intrahepatic)

Kidney (Polycystic kidney disease)

Liver (Fibrosis congenital)

PKHD1

Ultrafine particles (Air)

2007  
1
Clinical characteristics of Caroli's syndrome.
[17461493] World J Gastroenterol 13(13): 1934-7 (2007)
2007  
2
Clinical characteristics of Caroli's disease.
[17461492] World J Gastroenterol 13(13): 1930-3 (2007)
2007  
3
Congenital cholestatic syndromes: what happens when children grow up?
[18026579] Can J Gastroenterol 21(11): 743-51 (2007)
2003  
4
Measurement of fine, coarse and ultrafine particles.
[15098555] Ann Ist Super Sanita 39(3): 351-5 (2003)
PMC   
5
Incidentally detected polycystic kidney and Caroli's disease.
[24714689] Ann Gastroenterol 27(1):75 (2014)
PMC   
6
Diffuse Caroli's disease with atypical presentation: a case report.
[24714420] Ann Gastroenterol 27(1):79-81 (2014)
PMC   
7
Caroli's disease: Description of a case with a benign clinical course.
[24713723] Ann Gastroenterol 24(2):129-133 (2011)
PMC   
8
Whole exome sequencing identifies recessive PKHD1 mutations in a Chinese twin family with Caroli disease.
[24710345] PLoS One 9(4):e92661 (2014)

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