Diagnosis of the common causes of jaundice
Part of the Problems in Practice Series book series (PRIP, volume 7)
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Jaundice occurs when the total bilirubin level in the serum rises above 2mg per 100 ml or 17 μmol/l. On a pathophysiological basis jaundice can be classified under the following headings:
extra- and intrahepatic cholestasis.
KeywordsViral Hepatitis Primary Biliary Cirrhosis Chronic Active Hepatitis Biliary System Alcoholic Hepatitis
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© M. Lancaster-Smith 1982