Monthly Archives: October 2017

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Diagnosis and Management of Biliary Atresia

THOMSON gave the first accurate description of the natural history of biliary atresia in 1892. During the following 67 years the condition was generally considered to be untreatable although a few rare cases, in which there was a residual segment of patent proximal bile duct, were corrected by hepatico-jejunostomy. 

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Relaxation

What many of these activities share is a calming of the activity of the body and of the nervous system achieved often by controlling breathing and/or relaxing movements of the body. This sort of relaxation training can be done quite apart from any religious system, and is often taught by physiotherapists and doctors. 

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