nonobstructive jaundice

non·ob·struc·tive jaun·dice

any jaundice in which the main biliary passages are not obstructed, for example, hemolytic jaundice or jaundice due to hepatitis.
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non·ob·struc·tive jaun·dice

(non'ŏb-strŭk'tiv jawn'dis)
Any such hepatic disorder in which the main biliary passages are not obstructed.
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Several studies had shown high sensitivity of ultrasonography (upto 97%) in differentiating obstructive from nonobstructive jaundice. (6) In literature older studies showed less sensitivity, accuracy in comparison to recent studies.