hyperbilirubinaemia


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Related to hyperbilirubinaemia: hyperbilirubinemia

hy·per·bil·i·ru·bi·ne·mi·a

(hī'pĕr-bil'i-rū-bi-nē'mē-ă)
An abnormally large amount of bilirubin in the circulating blood, resulting in clinically apparent icterus or jaundice when the concentration is sufficient.
Synonym(s): hyperbilirubinaemia.

hyperbilirubinaemia

An excess of BILIRUBIN in the blood. This may cause JAUNDICE.

hy·per·bil·i·ru·bi·ne·mi·a

(hī'pĕr-bil'i-rū-bi-nē'mē-ă)
Abnormally high level of bilirubin in circulating blood, resulting in clinically apparent icterus or jaundice when concentration is sufficient.
Synonym(s): hyperbilirubinaemia.
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Our data suggests that C3 was closely correlated with liver injury in hyperbilirubinaemia patients.
Addressing the burden of neonatal hyperbilirubinaemia in countries with significant glucose-6phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency.
The second reason for hyperbilirubinaemia occurring in the breastfed infant is thought to be related to the constituents of breast milk itself and is termed 'breast milk jaundice' (Paul et al, 2012).
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Lastly, a study comparing boosted and unboosted atazanavir with extended release stavudine and lamivudine showed less virological failure and the absence of phenotypic resistance in those taking boosted drug at 96 weeks but with greater rates of hyperbilirubinaemia and increases in lipid levels, reflecting the effect of low-dose ritonavir [40].
Randomized controlled trial of oral versus intravenous fluid supplementation on serum bilirubin level during phototherapy of term infants with severe hyperbilirubinaemia.
Bile salts and bile pigments in urine observed in patients of ARF is highly suggestive of hyperbilirubinaemia and intrahepatic cholestasis as reported by Dash SC et al (1994) and Segasothy M et al (1994).
In clinical setting, symptomatic congenital CMV was considered into account when virus isolated within three weeks of life was accompanied by pneumonia, jaundice, hepatitis, microcephaly, petechiae, hearing impairment, thrombocytopenia, hyperbilirubinaemia, hepatosplenomegaly, anaemia, thrombocytopenia, and/or abnormal liver function or abnormal cranial computerised tomography (CT) findings.
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Many patients on ATZ experience indirect hyperbilirubinaemia, which causes social discomfort but does not necessitate a therapeutic change.
JAUNDICE, OR hyperbilirubinaemia, is a symptom arising in a number of diseases.