acholic

a·chol·ic

(ā-kō-lik'), Do not confuse this word with acolous.
Without bile, as in acholic (pale) stools.

a·chol·ic

(ā-kol'ik)
Without bile, as in acholic (pale) stools.
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Jaundice and acholic stool in the infant, and intermittent biliary obstruction, or recurrent episodes of pancreatitis in the child are probable findings (3).
Harmful nitrosamine chemicals in acholic drinks pass over the mouth, throat and top of the larynx as drinkers swallow, often leading to serious health problems in these vital areas of the body.
Cholangitis was defined by presence of high-grade fever with jaundice and acholic stools and were treated with antibiotics and supportive treatment.
The complication, characterised by worsening jaundice, fever and acholic stools, is diagnosed by blood culture, percutaneous liver biopsy or aspiration blood culture.
0 mg/dl or >20% of total bilirubin), variably acholic stool, dark urine that stain the diaper yellow, bilirubinuria, and hepatomegaly.
A 27-year-old male was referred to our surgical department with cholestatic jaundice, pruritus, acholic stools and bilirrubinuria, associated with weight loss, nausea and vomiting.
Ahmad Diab said the findings prove that the Acholic and Mousteric civilizations existed in Horan, proved to be in light of the findings one of the most important and old-inhabited places in Syria.
3,4) It is manifest exclusively during the neonatal period, in the first two to four weeks of life, with persistent jaundice due to a conjugated hyperbilirubinemia and pale acholic stools.
Hepatitis A usually causes a symptomatic illness characterized by fever, malaise, anorexia, jaundice, acholic stools, darkened urine, and hepatic pain and tenderness.
Entry criteria for active sentinel surveillance Hepatitis Illness with jaundice or dark urine, or illness [greater than or equal to] 6 days without jaundice and [greater than or equal to] 3 of the following: abdominal pain, acholic stools, nausea or vomiting, fever, anorexia Febrile exanthem Fever and nonvesicular rash, or an illness >3 days with fever but no rash, cough, and diarrhea Table 2.
There was no history of jaundice, fever, weight loss, blood in stool, or acholic stool.