anicteric hepatitis


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an·ic·ter·ic hep·a·ti·tis

hepatitis without jaundice.
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The present case had signs of meningeal involvement with altered sensorium & later had anicteric hepatitis. Other organs were normal.
The patient also had acute anicteric hepatitis, and serologic test results were negative for all hepatotropic viruses.
In 1970 scientists at the NIH reported the results of a prospective study to determine the incidence of icteric and anicteric hepatitis in patients undergoing open-heart surgery [4].