Medical Definition of Haematogenous jaundice

1. Haemolytic jaundice is a type of jaundice, where the skin takes on a yellowish hue, which occurs when red blood cells have been destroyed (by haemolysis). (09 Oct 1997)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Haematogenous Jaundice

haematocytometer
haematocytopenia
haematocytozoon
haematocyturia
haematodocha
haematodynamometer
haematodyscrasia
haematodystrophy
haematogenesis
haematogenetic
haematogenetic calculus
haematogenic
haematogenous
haematogenous abscess
haematogenous embolism
haematogenous jaundice (current term)
haematogenous metastasis
haematogenous osteitis
haematogenous pigment
haematogenous theory of endometriosis
haematoglobulin
haematohistioblast
haematohiston
haematoid
haematoidin
haematoidin crystals
haematoin
haematolin
haematologic agents
haematologic neoplasms

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