Definition of Cholestatic:

Often Cholestatic liver disorder: An arrest in the flow of bile from the liver.

Topics Related to Cholestatic


...the condition
“...Bile salt deficiency due to biliary tract obstruction, cholestatic liver disease, bacterial overgrowth or excessive stool losses (IBD, terminal ileal resection) also can lead to maldigestion but usually this is not associated with significant steatorrhea...”

Vitamin E Requirement

...recommendation Vitamin E
“Vitamin E deficiency that occurs with cholestatic liver disease or other malabsorption syndromes can be treated with weekly injections of 100mg alpha-tocopherol that may continue for six months...”

Wilson's Disease

...the condition
“...The diagnosis cannot be based on an excess of hepatic copper alone because equally high concentrations of copper occur in primary biliary cirrhosis and other cholestatic syndromes...”
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