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Table 1 Cases of BA in VLBW and ELBW infants reported in the English and Japanese literature

From: Biliary atresia in a preterm and extremely low birth weight infant: a case report and literature review

Case Authors Year Gestational age at birth (weeks) Sex Birth weight (g) Chronological age at KPE (days) Corrected age at KPE (days)a Body weight at KPE (g) Type of BA Clinical course
1 Chen et al. [16] 2007 31 M 1375 51 (GA 38 2/7) 2164 III LT at 7 months after KPE
2 Hashimoto et al. [17] 2007 27 F 834 187 96 2660 III-b1-ν Died at 36 days after KPE
3 Fallon et al. [18] 2013 27 M 1090 107 20 N/A N/A LT at 2 years of age
4 Sanmoto et al. [19] 2017 33 F 1425 37 (GA 38 5/7) 2151 I-b1-β Native liver survival at 5 months after KPE
5 Miyatake et al. [20] 2018 31 F 940 102 44 2346 N/A LT at 9 months after KPE
Died at 1 month after LT
6    29 F 1200 N/A N/A N/A N/A Primary LT at 7 months of age
7    33 F 1302 70 21 2694 N/A LT at 8 months after KPE
8 Present case 2020 24 F 824 122 16 2296 I-cyst LT at 3 months after KPE
  1. KPE Kasai portoenterostomy, BA biliary atresia, LT liver transplantation, GA gestational age
  2. aWhen the corrected age at KPE is a negative value, the gestational age (in weeks) is shown