Biliary Atresia: Causes, Signs, Diagnosis and Treatment at St. Louis Children’s Hospital

Biliary atresia is a liver disease that affects children. It is fatal without treatment, and remains the number one reason for liver transplantation in children. Meet three families affected by the disease, and learn how you can help.

Due to its extensive experience in treating this pediatric liver disease, St. Louis Children’s Hospital has become a designated biliary atresia center of excellence. To learn more, visit us at

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