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an·ic·ter·ic

(an-ik-ter'ik),
Not icteric.

anicteric

(ăn″ĭk-tĕr′ĭk) [″ + ikteros, jaundice]
Without jaundice.
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He was acyanosed, anicteric, afebrile (36.6 [degrees]C), not in respiratory distress (18 cycles/min), and not dehydrated.
ERCP is however warranted now in follow-up to rule out pancreas divisum as a cause of pancreatitis and also to countercheck the patency of CBD despite the patient being anicteric.
Physical examination revealed an extremely distended and tense abdomen, severe caput medusae, a readily reducible umbilical hernia, and anicteric sclera.
About 90% of those infected develop a mild anicteric form of the disease.
Most of these patients have had subclinical, anicteric episodes.
Clinically, it shows a broad spectrum of clinical manifestations ranging from subclinical infection and self-limited anicteric febrile illness (80%-90% of all cases) to icteric leptospirosis known as Weil's disease (mortality rate of 5%-10%) (3).
His conjunctivae were mildly pale, and his sclerae were anicteric. There was no palpable enlarged lymph node.
He showed a moderate clinical presentation: anicteric form and mild spontaneous hemorrhage (ecchymosis in the right eye).
While all of these were evident in cases 1 and 2, the patient in case 3 had a solitary rise in aminotransferases and mild ARE Additionally, previous reports have noted an anicteric pattern of hepatitis as a commonality in presentation of this disease, though this was not seen in case 1 or 2 in this series [2, 8].
In this study only 4 patients within 2 months of age were anicteric following surgery.
EBV hepatitis usually has a cholestatic pattern, so that anicteric cholestatic hepatitis is observed in approximately 60% of the patients, while jaundice occurs only in 5-7% of all patients [11, 12].