pseudojaundice

pseudojaundice

 [soo″do-jawn´dis]
yellowness of the skin due to blood changes and not to liver disease.
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pseu·do·ic·ter·us

(sū'dō-ik'tĕr-ŭs),
Yellowish discoloration of the skin not due to bile pigments, as in Addison disease.
Synonym(s): pseudojaundice
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pseu·do·ic·ter·us

(sū'dō-ik'tĕr-ŭs)
A yellowish discoloration of the skin resembling jaundice but due to some substance other than bile pigments.
Synonym(s): pseudojaundice.
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