hepatogenous jaundice

he·pa·tog·e·nous jaun·dice

jaundice resulting from disease of the liver, as distinguished from that resulting from blood changes.

hepatogenous jaundice

[hep′ətoj′ənəs]
Etymology: Gk, hēpar, liver, genein, to produce; Fr, jaune, yellow
a type of jaundice caused by a condition of the liver.

he·pa·tog·e·nous jaun·dice

(hep-ă-toj'ĕn-ŭs jawn'dis)
Condition resulting from disease of the liver, as distinguished from that due to blood changes.

he·pa·tog·e·nous jaun·dice

(hep-ă-toj'ĕn-ŭs jawn'dis)
Jaundice due to liver disease.
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