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Fig. 2

From: A case report of a challenging diagnosis of biliary atresia in a patient receiving total parenteral nutrition

Fig. 2

a and b: First biopsy (hematoxylin and eosin) at 81 days of life shows mild fibrosis (low power) and at high power bile ductular proliferation (long arrows) and canalicular cholestasis (short arrow) without bile duct plugging. Hepatocytes show mild steatosis. c and d: The second biopsy (hematoxylin and eosin) at 4 months of life shows more prominent bridging fibrosis (c) with bile ductular proliferation (long arrows) and new bile duct plugging (short arrow)

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