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She was suffering from icteric hepatitis, with a serum bilirubin level greater than 10 mg/dL and transaminases higher than 1000 U/L, who had a progressive course during the first week of hospitalization that eventually subsided with the administration of corticosteroids.
Potential benefit of plasma exchange in treatment of severe icteric leptospirosis complicated by acute renal failure.
At admission, the girl looked sick, was pale, and had icteric sclerae.
She subsequently developed vomiting and icteric sclera.
Those differences might be related to biological variables like lipemic, icteric or hemolised samples; crossing reactions or individuals undergoing treatment.
On physical examination, she had mildly icteric sclerae, a slightly tender palpable right upper quadrant (RUQ) mass, an external biliary drain in place, and RUQ and infraumbilical abdominal scars.
Physical examination showed a well developed, vitally stable, icteric, afebrile male with generalized, non-tender adenopathy.
These three patients were mildly icteric and presented marked abdominal distention and hepatosplenomegaly.
On physical examination, the patient, a hispanic male, was icteric and afebrile with normal vital signs.
Conjunctiva icteric bilaterally, bloody drainage from nares, moist, pink mucous membranes.
In a second report, a 60-year-old woman who had been taking kava developed jaundice, fatigue, weight loss, icteric skin, and then progressive liver and renal failure.
In a second report, a 60-year-old woman who had been taking kava developed jaundice, fatigue, weight loss, and icteric skin, and then progressed to liver and renal failure.