Icterus

Jaundice

Icterus

(Jaundice) Yellowing of the skin and other organs because of bile pigments in the blood.

Icterus

[n] - type genus of the Icteridae
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icterus

Excess of bile pigment in the blood and consequent deposition and retention of bile pigment in the skin and the sclera.
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Icterus

Jaundice
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Icterus

see jaundice
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Icterus

Icterus: Jaundice. At least one medical dictionary defines icterus as the presence of jaundice seen in the sclera of the eye. This is incorrect. Icterus is synonymous with jaundice. They are one and the same thing. Curiously, both icterus and jaundice come from the Greek. Icterus is a Latinized (-us) form of the Greek word 'ikteros' and to the anci...
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Icterus

Ic'te·rus noun [ New Latin See Icteric , adjective ] (Medicine) The jaundice.
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icterus

<clinical sign> The presence of jaundice seen in the sclera of the eye. ... (29 Sep 1997) ...
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Icterus

genus Icterus noun type genus of the Icteridae
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icterus

(ik´tәr-әs) jaundice. icterus neonatorum neonatal jaundice. icterus praecox mild jaundice developing within the first 24 hours of life (before physiologic jaundice normally occurs), due to ABO blood group incompatibility between mother ...
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Icterus

• (a.) The jaundice.
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icterus

(L.; Gr. ikteros) jaundice.
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icterus

icterus 1. Jaundice, or a medical condition, in which there is yellowing of the whites of the eyes, skin, and mucous membranes, caused by bile pigments in the blood. It is a symptom of liver diseases; such as, hepatitis and cirrhosis, or of a blocked bile duct, and sometimes occurs temporarily in new-born babies whose livers are slightly immature. ...
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icterus

Type: Term Pronunciation: ik′ter-ŭs Synonyms: jaundice
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Icterus

See jaundice.
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Icterus

Icterus, also called jaundice, is the build-up of bilirubin in the blood which causes a "yellowing" of the skin, urine, and whites of the eyes. Jaundice is an indicator of blood or liver disorders (such as cirrhosis, pernicious anemia, and hepatitis) or it may be a sign that there is an obstruction (such as a tumor, gallstone or inflammation) block...
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ICTERUS

see jaundice.
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icterus

A synonym for jaundice, a yellow discoloration.
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ICTERUS

A yellow discoloration of the gums and white of the eye that is often associated with liver problems and some types of anemia.
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