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Intrahepatic bile ducts are developed through formation of homogeneous continuous luminal network and its dynamic rearrangement in mice.
Tanimizu N, et al. Hepatology 2016. PMID 26926046
Beyond this stage, the IHBD network consists of large ducts running along portal veins (PVs) and small ductules forming a mesh-like network around PVs. ...Subsequent to this first step, the fine homogenous network is reorganized into the mature hierarchical network consisting of large ducts and small ductules. ...
Beyond this stage, the IHBD network consists of large ducts running along portal veins (PVs) and small ductules forming a mesh-like n …
Aberrant bile ducts, 'remnant surface bile ducts,' and peribiliary glands: descriptive anatomy, historical nomenclature, and surgical implications.
El Gharbawy RM, et al. Clin Anat 2011. PMID 21218436
The term "aberrant bile ducts" has been used to designate three heterogeneous groups of biliary structures: (1) bile ducts degenerating or disappearing (unknown etiology, diverse locations); (2) curious biliary structures in the transverse fissure; and (3) aberrant right bile ducts draining directly into the common hepatic duct. ...This first group represented normal bile ducts that do not meet the criteria of aberration and could be appropriately designated "remnant surface bile ducts." ...
The term "aberrant bile ducts" has been used to designate three heterogeneous groups of biliary structures: (1) bile
Dynamic three-dimensional morphogenesis of intrahepatic bile ducts in mouse liver development.
Takashima Y, et al. Hepatology 2015. PMID 25212491
During liver development, biliary epithelial cells differentiated from bipotential hepatic progenitor cells (hepatoblasts) form a cell layer, called the ductal plate surrounding portal veins (PVs), and develop into intrahepatic bile ducts (IBDs) following developmental programs. ...CONCLUSIONS: Through quantitative analyses with spatiotemporal observations using a 3D structural reconstruction model and morphometrics, we succeeded in constructing a 3D dynamic model of bile duct formation. ...
During liver development, biliary epithelial cells differentiated from bipotential hepatic progenitor cells (hepatoblasts) form a cell layer …
Nonsyndromic paucity of intrahepatic bile ducts in infancy and idiopathic ductopenia in adulthood: the same syndrome?
Bruguera M, et al. Hepatology 1992 - Review. PMID 1568724
Eleven patients with chronic intrahepatic cholestasis in whom a liver biopsy specimen showed unexplained bile duct paucity were investigated. ...Idiopathic adulthood ductopenia may be a late-onset form of the nonsyndromic paucity of interlobular bile ducts seen in children, or it may be due to a still-unidentified cause that strikes later in life....
Eleven patients with chronic intrahepatic cholestasis in whom a liver biopsy specimen showed unexplained bile duct paucity were inves …
Intrahepatic bile ducts in biliary atresia--a possible factor determining the prognosis.
Ito T, et al. J Pediatr Surg 1983. PMID 6854488
Intrahepatic bile ducts were pathologic even in the early stage of the disease and they were involved all the way from bile ductules to large main hepatic ducts. The correlation between the prognosis and the electron microscopic presence of lumenal obstruction suggests that the pathologic change of intrahepatic bile ducts is one of the main factors determining prognosis....
Intrahepatic bile ducts were pathologic even in the early stage of the disease and they were involved all the way from bile
Expression of epithelial-cadherin, alpha-catenin and beta-catenin during human intrahepatic bile duct development: a possible role in bile duct morphogenesis.
Terada T, et al. J Hepatol 1998. PMID 9514539
The developmental stages of bile ducts were classified into the ductal plate, migrating biliary cells (remodeling stage), and immature bile ducts (remodeled stage). ...CONCLUSIONS: These results suggest that E-Cad, A-Cat and B-Cat are involved in the normal developmental morphogenesis of human intrahepatic bile ducts....
The developmental stages of bile ducts were classified into the ductal plate, migrating biliary cells (remodeling stage), and …
The development of the intrahepatic bile ducts in man: a keratin-immunohistochemical study.
Van Eyken P, et al. Hepatology 1988. PMID 2461337
On paraffin sections, two monoclonal anticytokeratin antibodies (CAM 5.2 and KL-1) that normally stain both hepatocytes and bile duct cells and two polyclonal anticytokeratin antisera that in normal adult liver stain bile ducts only were applied. ...The latter gradually became incorporated in the connective tissue surrounding the portal vein, resulting in the appearance of individualized bile ducts. ...
On paraffin sections, two monoclonal anticytokeratin antibodies (CAM 5.2 and KL-1) that normally stain both hepatocytes and bile duct …
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