Proposal of fibrosis index using image analyzer as a quantitative histological evaluation of liver fibrosis in biliary atresia View Full Text


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2003-01-09

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H. Tanano, T. Hasegawa, T. Kimura, T. Sasaki, H. Kawahara, A. Kubota, A. Okada

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. This study was designed to elucidate whether the fibrosis index (FI), which was measured as a ratio of histological fibrotic tissue area to the whole area using an image analyzer, could reflect liver function and long-term prognosis in biliary atresia (BA). Liver biopsies were performed in 46 BA patients at hepatic portoenterostomy (HPE) and stoma closure. The chronological difference rate of FI (FIDR) was the monthly FI difference between HPE and stoma closure. FI at HPE and stoma closure was significantly higher than in the control. FI at HPE and at stoma closure significantly correlated with γGTP or T.Bil, D.Bil, cholinesterase and total bile acid, respectively. FIDR in jaundice-free group was significantly lower than in jaundiced group at 5 years after HPE. FIDR in V-2 (varices with red-color sign) was significantly higher than in V-0 (no varices) or V-1 (varices without red-color sign). ICG-K value significantly correlated with FIDR. FI at stoma closure or FIDR was significantly lower in living patients than in patients who eventually died or underwent liver transplantation. In conclusion, FI can reflect the degree of cholestasis in BA. FIDR would be useful for predicting long-term outcome in BA. More... »

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