- clefyd melynclefyd melynjaundicesjaundicing
Noun(1) yellowing of the skin and the whites of the eyes caused by an accumulation of bile pigment (bilirubin(2) a rough and bitter manner
Verb(1) distort adversely(2) affect with, or as if with, jaundice
(1) Eight weeks after starting she developed nausea and weakness quickly followed by yellow jaundice and evidence of liver involvement.(2) In prehepatic jaundice , excess unconjugated bilirubin is produced faster than the liver is able to conjugate it for excretion.(3) Already the jaundice of cynicism and the jaded bitterness of innocence lost cast their hue over my narrative.(4) Babies with jaundice have a yellow color to the skin and eyes.(5) If untreated, jaundice can lead to infection and abscesses in the liver, which can be fatal.(6) Premature babies have especially immature livers, making jaundice more likely.(7) Jaundice connotes bitterness or resentment. Of what is she bitter or resentful? What bitterness or resentment might she be urging upon us?
(1) obstructive jaundice :: clefyd melyn rhwystrol
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Different Formsjaundice, jaundiced, jaundices, jaundicing
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