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Krigler Nagar syndrome

Crigler Najjar syndrome (CNS), also known as congenital glucuronosyltransferase deficiency and congenital non obstructive non hemolytic jaundice, is a rare hereditary hyperbilirubinemia in newborns and infants.

Symptoms

Ulcer bleeding

Acute perforation of ulcer

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Ulcer bleeding

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Supraorbital neuralgia

Open brain injury

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Guest disobedience

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