There is no effective treatment for cholangiofibrosis.
The general outcome for hamsters affected with cholangiofibrosis is poor. Your veterinarian will instead focus on advising you on how to keep the hamster stress-free. He or she may also recommend changing the diet to contain less proteins and fats and more calcium and carbohydrates.
Feeding your hamster a diet high in carbohydrates, calcium, and protein are known to have a protective action against hepatotoxic agents, which can produce cholangiofibrosis. Treating any infectious disease, which can affect the liver promptly, can also help in preventing cholangiofibrosis from developing.
A condition in which the skin becomes yellow in color as do the mucous membranes; this is due to excess amounts of bilirubin.
A condition in which the liver becomes inflamed
A passage in the body with walls
The fluid created by the liver that helps food in the stomach to be digested.