hypocholia

hy·po·cho·li·a

(hī'pō-kō'lē-ă),
Rarely used term for oligocholia.
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They defined these early- and late-onset forms as cholestatic jaundice and fecal hypocholia before and after 2 weeks of life, respectively.
This patient was a male infant, aged 31 weeks and 1 day, with a history of jaundice, choluria, and fecal hypocholia that had begun 2 weeks prior.
This patient was a male infant, aged 14 weeks, with clinical presentation of jaundice, choluria, and fecal hypocholia for 2 weeks.
This patient was a female infant, aged 9 weeks and 4 days, with clinical presentation of jaundice, choluria, and fecal hypocholia, with an onset of 5 weeks.