icteric


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icteric

[ik′ter·ik]
(medicine)
Pertaining to or characterized by jaundice.
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Caption: Figure 2: In comparison with the control group, in both the BDL groups, cholestasis was clinically evident, characterized by icteric coloration of face, legs, and tail (arrows).
On hospital day 10, the Leptospira IgM returned positive, consistent with the diagnosis of icteric leptospirosis.
On physical examination, patient was found to have icteric sclera with few spider angiomata on the upper anterior chest.
On physical examination, slight icteric sclerae, signs indicative of bilateral pleural effusion and ascites, were found.
Her sclera were not icteric. The liver and spleen were not palpable.
On examination, the child was mildly icteric with a strawberry tongue, exudative pharyngitis and circumoral pallor.
To the Editor.--In the September 2013 issue, Cardamone et al (1) reported that serum samples from 4 patients receiving 200 or 300 mg of eltrombopag (Promacta, GlaxoSmithKline, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina) in a clinical trial for treatment of acute myelogenous leukemia were deep brownish red in color and that total bilirubin concentrations for these patients were lower than 0.1 mg/dL, with discordant serum icteric indices, suggesting a potential analytic interference with the drug.
She had extremely icteric mucous membranes with livid vibices on the third eyelids.
The hemolysis and icteric indices were not increased above the laboratory's threshold for electrolyte measurement; however, the lipemia index was.
Diseased foals showed sings of paleness and/or icteric mucus membranes with petechial hemorrhages on the conjunctiva increase body temperature labored or rapid respiration colicky sings unable to suck rough hair coat and lacrimation.
On examination he was mildly febrile (38 [degrees]C) and icteric. Lymphadenopathy was absent.