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Neonatal cholestasis and hypopituitarism.
  1. F R Kaufman,
  2. G Costin,
  3. D W Thomas,
  4. F R Sinatra,
  5. T F Roe,
  6. H B Neustein


    The diagnosis of optic nerve hypoplasia and hypopituitarism must be entertained in infants who present for evaluation of cholestatic jaundice, particularly if there is associated hypoglycaemia and wandering nystagmus. Although the hepatic dysfunction seems to resolve, the long term prognosis of liver disease in optic nerve hypoplasia remains unknown.

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