The following publications were used to produce this Web site and are recommended for further information on the topic:

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6. Wildhaber B, Coran AG, Drongowski RA, Hirschl RB, Geiger JD, Lelli JL, Jr., et al. The Kasai portoenterostomy for biliary atresia: A review of 27-year experience with 81 patients. [170 KB] J Pediatr Surg 2003;38:000-000.

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13. Altman RP, Lilly JR, Greenfeld J, Weinberg A, van Leeuwen K, Flanigan L. A multivariable risk factor analysis of the portoenterostomy (Kasai) procedure for biliary atresia: twenty-five years of experience from two centers. [859 KB] Annals of Surgery 1997;226:348-353; discussion 353-345.

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22. Hsiao CH, Chang MH, Chen HL, Lee HC, Wu TC, Lin CC, et al. Universal screening for biliary atresia using an infant stool color card in Taiwan. [498 KB] Hepatology 2008;47(4):1233-1240.