Patients with Alagille syndrome require specialized care in complex cardiac cases
Patients with Alagille syndrome who also have pulmonary atresia or severe stenosis and major aortopulmonary collateral arteries (MAPCAs) face a higher risk of mortality, according to a study. Specifically, the study found that individuals with Alagille syndrome had a hazard ratio of 2.8, meaning they were 2.8 times more likely...Read More
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