icterus


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icterus

[′ik·tə·rəs]
(invertebrate zoology)
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There was no icterus, petechiae, or bruises or lymphadenopathy.
Effects of haemolysis, icterus and lipaemia on coagulation tests as performed on Stago STA-Compact-Max analyser.
One of the reason for this maybe because new analyzer possessed HIL (hemolysis, icterus, and lipemia) detection system using multiwavelength light.
Postmortem findings included generalized icterus, accumulation of yellow coloured fluid in pericardial sac and peritoneal cavity, enlargement of lymph nodes, thin watery blood, gelatinous body fat, lobular and lobar pneumonia, haemorrhagic parenchymatous organs, hepatomegaly and splenomegaly.
Unreliable visual estimation of the incidence and amount of turbidity, hemolysis, and icterus in serum from hospitalized patients.
Physical examination revealed dullness and depression with icterus of visible mucus membrane of oral cavity (Fig.
Clinical examination revealed a icterus and greenish brown ring in both eyes (Figure 1).
Physical examination is notable for scleral icterus, jaundice, tender hepatomegaly, and asterixis.
En cuanto a la distribucion de especies dentro del campus, segun Takano & Castro (2007), las especies con un mayor rango de distribucion son: Zenaida meloda, Columbina cruziana, Dives warszewiczi, Pyrocephalus rubinus y Troglodytes aedon, mientras que las especies con menor rango de distribucion son: Bubulcus ibis, Icterus graceannae, Aratinga sp.
Head and neck examination revealed sublingual icterus, as well as scleral icterus bilaterally.
Our literature review showed a paucity of data on the alimentary tract duplications initially presenting with icterus and elevated liver enzymes.
In the chronic form, irregular fever, clear emaciation, anemia and icterus may persist for one to two months before the animal recovers to normal.