желтуха ; иктерус ; желчность ; разлитие желчи; предвзятость ; зависть ; ревность ; недоброжелательство;
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- The condition is characterised between crises by a chronic haemolytic state with jaundice and a relatively constant haemoglobin level of 7-;8g/dl.
- Mig in hospital with horrible jaundice, me in the next room with suspected typhoid - but it wasn't!
- The latest medical theories suggest that Mozart's last illness had its roots in the various serious infections he had suffered as a child: on the early trip to Paris and London he had contracted rheumatic fever, tonsillitis. and typhoid fever; in 1167 he had caught smallpox; and in Italy he seems to have had bronchitis and yellow jaundice.
- The massive amount of blood that had been dripped into his veins brought its legacy of jaundice, followed by a seemingly endless skin irritation, something akin to prickly heat.
- Very small, but no signs of jaundice and breathing normally, thanks be to God.
- Four had no signs of hepatic decompensation (ascites, jaundice, encephalopathy, or variceal bleeding) before treatment.
- Suntanned now, he no longer looked as though he was dying of jaundice.
- Severe cases may cause temporary jaundice.
- The baby, born with jaundice, had an eye infection.
- Adam, who weighed less than 2lb at birth, survived septicaemia, jaundice and hernia surgery.
- Before he left, his brother Frank died very young, of a liver complaint after jaundice (19 January 1930).
- Signs of jaundice - yellow eyes or skin, dark urine and there may be light coloured stools.