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|M Amin El-Gohary|
|Burjeel Hospital, UAE|
|Keynote: J Liver|
|Between 1983 and 2015 we have encountered 24 cases of biliary atresia, 17 of who presented during the first 2 months and 7 presented between 2 and 9 months of age. All patients operated within the first 2 months had established good flow of bile and lead a near normal life. There was an initial good flow of bile in older patients, but complications of portal hypertension and ascites developed post operatively and 2 of whom had liver transplant. It is of paramount importance to increase awareness among neonatologist and pediatrician regarding early referrals of babies with refractory jaundice to ensure good surgical outcome. It’s equally important to establish a center of excellence to which all cases of biliary atresia are referred to improve the surgical outcome. Those patients presented late and do not have an access to liver transplant should be operated upon, to buy time until possible transplantation facilities supervene.|
M Amin El-Gohary has completed his MBBCh in 1972 and his Diploma in General Surgery in 1975 at Cairo University, Egypt. He became the Chief and Head of the Department of Pediatric Surgery of a government hospital. He also held a post as Clinical Dean of Gulf Medical College, Ajman for 3 years. He is well known in Abu Dhabi for his extensive interest and involvement in scientific activities. He was the President of the Pediatric Surgical Association of UAE. He is a member of several associations in Pediatric Surgery: Executive Member of the International Society of Intersex and Hypospadias Disorder (ISHID), British Association of Pediatric Surgery, Egyptian Association of Pediatric Surgeons, Asian Association of Pediatric Surgeons and Pan African Association of Pediatric Surgery. He is also the Founder and member of the Arab Association of Pediatric Surgeons.
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