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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It should to be excluded in the presence of prolonged jaundice with acholic stools and dark urine.
There was no history of acholic stool and it was not observed during follow up either.
He denied any fever, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, melena, hematochezia, or acholic stools.
Suspicion for the disease also comes from the absence of pigment in feces, so called acholic stool.
The importance of prompt investigation of direct (conjugated) hyperbilirubinemia in infants presenting with acholic stools cannot be overemphasized.
Cholangitis was defined by presence of high-grade fever with jaundice and acholic stools and were treated with antibiotics and supportive treatment.
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.
Although the gall bladder could not be visualized on the HIDA scan, in the MRI scan nor per-operatively, our patient never had acholic stools.
The most common initial symptoms of CC in infants are abdominal mass and acholic stools.
The complication, characterised by worsening jaundice, fever and acholic stools, is diagnosed by blood culture, percutaneous liver biopsy or aspiration blood culture.
(3) Some of the key clinical features of cholestasis of infancy are jaundice persisting beyond the age of 14 days, jaundice with elevated serum conjugated bilirubin fraction (>2.0 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.