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1,630 Possible Causes for Intermittent Jaundice, Neonatal Jaundice, Uric Acid Increased

  • Hereditary Spherocytosis

    In this article the authors present a case of pathological neonatal jaundice resistant to phototherapy in a baby with a family history of Gilbert's syndrome and hereditary[] Abstract Hereditary spherocytosis is an autosomal dominant congenital hemolytic anemia due to defect in RBC membrane protein that commonly presents with intermittent jaundice[] We evaluated a neonate with severe jaundice but a negative family history.[]

  • Congenital Liver Cirrhosis

    Explain why fractionation of serum bilirubin is necessary in infants who remain jaundiced after 2 weeks of age.[] acid level elevated Maternal mortality, 1%; prematurity and fetal death, 5%-30% Beta blocker, methyldopa, magnesium sulfate; early delivery HELLP syndrome Beyond 22 wk and[] He had intermittent high grade fever with dry cough and respiratory distress for 4 days duration.[]

  • Obesity

    […] effects of infection and, in one case, neonatal death.[] Endocrine-disrupting chemicals in foods and increased uric acid levels from meat and sugar intake may increase obesity risk.[] […] lowering uric acid levels prevented the increase in mean arterial blood pressure ( 40 ).[]

    Missing: Intermittent Jaundice
  • Diabetes Mellitus

    Neonatal hypoglycemia, jaundice, polycythemia, and hypocalcemia may complicate GDM as well.[] […] lowering uric acid levels prevented the increase in mean arterial blood pressure ( 40 ).[] There is an increased risk of increased perinatal mortality, macrosomia, jaundice, polycythaemia, hypocalcaemia and shoulder dystocia ( 2, 6 ).[]

    Missing: Intermittent Jaundice
  • Psoriasis

    Phototherapy for neonatal jaundice in infants uses blue light, not UV.[] In psoriasis, hyperuricemia may occur by increased epidermal cell turnover, which accelerates purine metabolism and has uric acid as the product of its catabolism.[] acid concentration may be increased Low levels of circulating immune complexes have been detected in 56% of patients Serum immunoglobulin A levels are increased in two thirds[]

    Missing: Intermittent Jaundice
  • Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase Deficiency

    Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) deficiency is the commonest enzyme disorder of human beings and a globally important cause of neonatal jaundice, which can lead to[] An acid urine pH favors production of poorly soluble uric acid over the more soluble urate, increasing the risk for precipitation of intratubular uric acid crystals.[] To determine whether you have an inherited G6PD deficiency When a child experienced persistent jaundice as a newborn for unknown reasons; when you have had one or more intermittent[]

  • Preeclampsia

    Uric acid. Increased uric acid in the blood is often the earliest laboratory finding related to preeclampsia.[] These infants with IUGR have both short-term and long-term complications, which make them high-risk neonates.[] Increased uric acid High hematocrit level Low platelet count Increase in partial thromboplastin time or PTT Amount of electrolytes Kidney function tests Liver function tests[]

    Missing: Intermittent Jaundice
  • Neonatal Jaundice

    Background: Neonatal jaundice is a common problem in newborns. Inadequate breastfeeding jaundice is an important consideration for the neonatal jaundice.[] METHODS: Fifty Egyptian newborns hospitalized for jaundice were investigated through a prospective observational study to determine whether intermittent KMC would reduce the[] Khaliq, A. (2017) Comparison of continuous with intermittent phototherapy in the treatment of neonatal jaundice.[]

    Missing: Uric Acid Increased
  • Neonatal Hyperbilirubinemia

    Neonatal jaundice first becomes visible in the face and forehead. Blanching reveals the underlying colour.[] Serum bilirubin kinetics in intermittent phototherapy of physiological jaundice. Arch Dis Child. 1984 ; 59 : 892 – 894 18. McDonagh AF, Lightner DA.[] Prolonged neonatal jaundice is serious and should be followed up promptly.[]

    Missing: Uric Acid Increased
  • Dubin-Johnson Syndrome

    Dubin-Johnson Syndrome as a Cause of Neonatal Jaundice: The Importance of Coproporphyrins Investigation. Y. Haimi-Cohen et al., Clin Pediatr (Phila). (Aug 1998, 37 (8)).[] Dubin-Johnson syndrome is a chronic, benign, intermittent jaundice, mostly of conjugated hyperbilirubinemia.[] Benign disease characterized by familial idiopathic jaundice presenting with chronic intermittent conjugated hyperbilirubinemia. Dubin-Johnson-Sprinz Nelson Syndrome.[]

    Missing: Uric Acid Increased

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