pathophysiology of jaundice

pathophysiology of jaundice Jaundice, is characterized by yellow discoloration of the skin, sclera, and mucous membranes, as a result of an increase in bilirubin concentration (hyperbilirubinemia) and subsequent tissue canadian pharmacy cialis deposition. .When red blood cells have completed their life span of approx. 120 days, and each red blood cell traverses through the reticuloendothelial […]

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