Definition of Physiological jaundice of the newborn

1. Noun. Yellowish appearance in newborn infants; usually subsides spontaneously.

Exact synonyms: Icterus Neonatorum, Jaundice Of The Newborn
Generic synonyms: Icterus, Jaundice



Lexicographical Neighbors of Physiological Jaundice Of The Newborn

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physiological jaundice of the newborn (current term)
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Literary usage of Physiological jaundice of the newborn

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1. The Practice of pediatrics by Walter Lester Carr (1906)
"The so-called physiological jaundice of the newborn may lie mentioned. This is apparently dependent on the circulatory changes in the liver brought about by ..."

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