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Jaundice

Jaundice is a common symptom and sign, which is caused by the increase of serum bilirubin concentration due to the disorder of bilirubin metabolism. Clinically, the sclera, mucosa, skin and other tissues are dyed yellow. Because the sclera contains more elastin and has a strong affinity with bilirubin, sclera yellow staining in patients with jaundice is often detected before mucosa and skin. When the serum total bilirubin is 17.1 ~ 34.2 μ When latent jaundice or subclinical jaundice is not seen by the naked eye, L / mol; When the total bilirubin concentration of blood stains exceeds 34.2 μ Mol / L, jaundice can be found clinically, also known as dominant jaundice.

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