icterus


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icterus

[′ik·tə·rəs]
(invertebrate zoology)
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The preanalytical processor produced by Roche PVT (PVT Probenverteiltechnik, GmbH) quantified hemolysis, lipemia, and icterus as long as the label coverage left a 7-mm window through which to make measurements.
Induction did not increase the cesarean section rate, compared with expectant management, but neonates in the induction group did have a higher rate of severe icterus, Dr.
In natural theileria infections, parasites invade to lymphoid cells and at a later stage of infection invade to the erythrocytes and the infection causes fever, anemia and icterus and also it can be caused to dead [10].
Acute symptomatic viral hepatitis can be divided into three phases: the prodromal or preicteric period, the icterus period, and the convalescent period.
Scleral icterus and mild erythema of the right upper eyelid were observed.
He had scleral icterus, had no pharyngeal erythema or tender lymphadenopathy, no hepatosplenomegaly and no abdominal tenderness.
5 times the upper limit of normal (>100 IU/1), with jaundice and/or scleral icterus and three or more of the following symptoms: dark-colored urine; light-colored stools; fever; nausea; vomiting; anorexia; aversion to smoking; pruritus; right upper abdominal discomfort, pain or feeling of pressure; and pruritic red hives of less than four weeks.
They are potential vectors of hog cholera and eperythrozoonosis, a reckettsial disease caused by Eperythrozoon suis which causes anemia and icterus (yellow discoloration of mucus membranes, sclera and inner ears).
During the next 3 days he developed icterus, oliguria and malena.
0 hours since time of collection Presence of hemolysis, lipemia, icterus, or clots Based on CBC results from the Sysmex-2100: Hematocrit > 55.