Needle biopsy of the liver in pediatric practice
The value of needle biopsy as a diagnostic tool is discussed in relation to 256 children suffering from various disorders. Histopathological changes in cirrhosis, anemia and malnutrition are discussed in detail.
KeywordsLiver Biopsy Iron Deficiency Anemia Fatty Change Focal Necrosis Kwashiorkor
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