Synonyms: IAD | Idiopathic adult ductopenia
A rare biliary tract disease characterized by loss of interlobular bile ducts resulting in chronic cholestasis without any known cause. Loss of less than 50% of interlobular bile ducts is associated with a mild disease course while loss of the majority of ducts results in a severe form potentially leading to cirrhosis and liver failure. Patients typically present as young or middle-aged adults with episodic jaundice pruritus and elevated liver enzymes.
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