Jaundice Diagnosis, Treatment & Prevention

jaundice diagnosis
A person with jaundice is more likely to have yellowish tinge to their skin and white part of the eyes. Most newborns develop this condition. But jaundice can occur in people of all ages. The buildup of bilirubin levels in the blood and body tissues is what causes jaundice. The rise in bilirubin levels may be due to an underlying condition that affects the liver such as hepatitis, cirrhosis or gallstones. Hence a proper jaundice diagnosis is required for treatment of this condition and the under...
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Jaundice – Causes & Symptoms

Jaundice
Jaundice is a condition which gives a yellowish tinge to the skin and the white part of the eye (Sclerae). It is also known as icterus. Excess of bilirubin in the blood is the main cause of jaundice. Due to this condition, your body fluids may also turn yellow. The levels of bilirubin determines the color of the skin as well as the sclerae. Yellow skin and sclerae appears with mild levels of bilirubin whereas brown color appears with high levels. Bilirubin Levels The yellowing of the sclerae a...
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