icteric


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icteric

[ik′ter·ik]
(medicine)
Pertaining to or characterized by jaundice.
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The present case is an example of diagnostic challenges and complexities in a patient with EBV-associated infectious mononucleosis complicated by acalculous cholecystitis who simultaneously developed icteric hepatitis, skin rash, and mucosal involvement.
The present study was clarify the importance of intrauterine infection of Babesiosis in newborn foals therefore all anemic / and or icteric foals born in endemic areas should be screened for neonatal piroplasmosis.
She is no longer icteric and is off all medications except a very low dose of Xibron drops.
Neurological weakness occurs within 14 days of the onset of jaundice and more than 50% cases occur when the icteric illness is over4.
Dermal icteric zones and serum bilirubin levels in neonatal jaundice.
Death is virtually limited to icteric cases and in severe cases the mortality may be as high as 15-40%.
The icteric phase, of approximately 3 weeks, is marked by jaundice and begins with yellow discolouration of the mucous membranes, conjunctivae, sclera and skin, dark urine and pale stools.
Two general clinical patterns of disease, anicteric and icteric forms are recognized.
7%) of P-1- group, manifesting in hepatomegalia, icteric viral hepatitis syndrome and pneumonia with concomitant motor disorders syndrome, necessitating their hospitalization at the newborns' pathology department.
The Elecsys Vitamin D (25-OH) reagent package insert states that interference may cause by visible signs of haemolysis, grossly lipaemic, gross icteric and highly elevated rheumatoid factors sample, and high doses of biotin.
Four days prior to admission, there is edema of lower limbs and <<coca-cola>> colored urine, generalized paleness, and icteric sclerae dye, for which care was sought at a local health center where he was remitted to this institution with the following clinical impression: 1.