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During episodes of acute infection in Caroli's disease, elevated alkaline phosphatase activity, direct-reacting bilirubin levels, and leukocytosis may be observed.

Ultrasound reveals dilated intrahepatic ducts.

Definitive diagnosis is made be percutaneous transhepatic cholangiography.

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