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A case of severe cholestatic jaundice associated with Graves' disease.
As aldosterone level was elevated, 21-hydroxylase deficiency was excluded and provisional diagnosis of 11-beta hydroxylase deficiency with cholestatic jaundice was made.
We performed a retrospective review of hospital records of patients with cholestatic jaundice, referred to the Paediatric Surgical Unit of Tygerberg Hospital from 2001 to 2011 (Table 1).
If another diagnosis can not be firmly established quickly, infants with cholestatic jaundice should be considered for biliary atresia.
After excluding right ventricular failure, biliary obstruction, superin fection, and hepatocellular carcinoma, the marked cholestatic jaundice was thought to be caused by thyrotoxicosis.
Title: Cholestatic jaundice associated with haloperidol therapy: a single case-report.
Infants with severe cholestatic jaundice are monitored for purpura and bullous eruptions while receiving phototherapy (AAP, 2004).
Cholestatic jaundice with minimal elevation of transaminase levels has also been reported.
Cases of cholestatic jaundice with minimal elevation of transaminase levels have also been reported.
They include nausea, dizziness, fatigue, shortness of breath, skin rash, nervousness, toxic hepatitis, cholestatic jaundice, nephrotoxicity, and psychosis, particularly with prolonged therapy.