jaundice


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Synonyms for jaundice

to cause to have a prejudiced view

Synonyms for jaundice

yellowing of the skin and the whites of the eyes caused by an accumulation of bile pigment (bilirubin) in the blood

a rough and bitter manner

distort adversely

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affect with, or as if with, jaundice

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Many children, the medical staff noticed, are suffering from jaundice in Darkhan too.
6 Jaundice will disappear when the underlying cause is treated.
Soon after that he was taken to Asian Institute of Gastroenterology with the symptoms of jaundice.
In most babies early jaundice is harmless, but in rare cases the levels can rise to dangerous levels and lead to deafness and cerebral palsy if not treated.
The body has bilirubin-eliminating machinery, but when it malfunctions--or in the case of newborns, has yet to turn on--bilirubin levels can soar, causing jaundice, brain damage or even death.
Alex and Gallant (2008) suggest that parents can perceive a contradiction when they are provided with evidence of the overwhelming health benefits of breastfeeding, while at the same time being informed that their infant's jaundice is as a result of breastfeeding.
According to a release from Board of Control for Cricket in India, the 14- man squad was set to be expanded to 15 members with the addition of experienced opener Gautam Gambhir, but the Delhi batsman was not available due to jaundice.
Contract notice: Neonatal incubators jaundice management and related equipment and accessories .
present 13 chapters by pediatrics and other specialists from the US, Europe, and Nigeria, who detail the basic science and clinical information for understanding neonatal jaundice and associated brain damage and care of the jaundiced neonate.
In adults, jaundice is relatively harmless but it can have severe consequences in neonates.
A pancreatic pseudocyst can theoretically cause obstructive jaundice especially those arising at the head of the pancreas.
KARACHI, July 01, 2011 (Balochistan Times): People in Karachi, waiting for monsoon rains in Karachi, are seen rushing towards hospitals with pre-monsoon ailments as cholera, dysentery, jaundice and Hepatitis A.
Jaundice is a disease that commonly afflicts neonates in the first seven days of their life.
London, Oct 13 (ANI): Newborn babies diagnosed with jaundice may be at higher risk of developing autism later on, according to a new study.
NEW guidance on caring for babies with jaundice was published by a health watchdog.