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icteric

 [ik-ter´ik]
pertaining to or affected with jaundice.

ic·ter·ic

(ik-ter'ik),
Relating to or marked by jaundice.
[G. ikterikos, jaundiced]

icteric

(ĭk-tĕr′ĭk)
adj.
1. Relating to or affected with jaundice.
2. Used to treat jaundice.
n.
A remedy for jaundice.

icteric

[ikter′ik]
Etymology: Gk, ikteros, jaundice
pertaining to or resembling jaundice.

ic·ter·ic

(ik-ter'ik)
Relating to or marked by jaundice.
[G. ikterikos, jaundiced]

ic·ter·ic

(ik-ter'ik)
Relating to or marked by jaundice.
[G. ikterikos, jaundiced]

icteric

pertaining to or affected with jaundice.

icteric index
is the density of color of the serum of an icteric patient compared to the standard solution. A rough measure of severity of hepatic insufficiency.
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8[degrees]C), icteric, and had mild tenderness of the right upper quadrant.
Physical signs revealed low-grade fever, icteric eyeballs, mild hepatomegaly and tenderness in the upper right quadrant.
Table 2: Frequency of Clinical Outcomes for Patients with Hepatitis B Infection Dialysis Nondialysis Patients (%) Patients (%) Acute infection Subclinical 92 80 Icteric 6 20 Fulminant 2 |is less than~1(*) Chronic infection Recovery 22 90 Carrier 62 5 Chronic persistent 10 4 Chronic active 6 1 Fulminant infection Recovery 30 30 Death 70 70 *0.
These cases could not be distinguished from hepatitis C cases based on incubation period, but they tended to be clinically milder; none were icteric compared to 30% of HCV cases and the mean peak ALT was half that of HCV infections (302 U/L vs.
Cecil's textbook of medicine gives an incidence of disturbances of sensorium at 30% in icteric dengue.
Liquichek Serum Indices monitors an instrument's ability to detect interferences from hemolyzed, icteric, and lipemic specimens.
We randomly collected 60 samples from the routine hemostasis laboratory, which included 20 normal, 10 partially lysed and icteric, and 30 abnormal (with or without anticoagulant) samples [Table 1].
The skin was icteric and the liver was palpable 2 cm below the costal margin.
We tested 376 deidentified serum samples collected from acutely ill patients who had a history of fever and hemorrhagic, diarrheal, or icteric syndromes (online Technical Appendix Figure, http://wwwnc.
Time of exerting effects: The time of icteric index that was measured with a transcutaneous jaundice meter (JM-103, Chengdu Beisida Instruments Co.
Oral and conjunctival visible mucous membranes, paws, ear pinna were severely icteric.
These clinical symptoms of fever and icteric are important in differentiating it from UESL.