Jaundice Jaundice occurs when bilirubin, a yellow pigment released when red blood cells are broken down, builds up in the blood. The skin and the whites of the eyes have a yellow tinge. Jaundice in adults and in older children usually indicates underlying disease. Neonatal jaundice is common. The indications for phototherapy vary between units. […]
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