icterus gravis

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ic·ter·us gra·vis

n. atrofia amarilla aguda del hígado.
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Clay-colored stools were reported more commonly by patients with the malignant jaundice (64%).
The majority of patients in this study had benign obstructive jaundice being 53.33% (16/30) whereas the malignant jaundice was seen in 46.66% (14/30), which is comparable to the findings of Huis et al.
In malignant jaundice the most common symptoms were jaundice 90% and pain abdomen 90%.

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