Introduction: Neonatal Jaundice


Neonatal Jaundice: Newborn babies often suffer from a slight yellow tinge of the skin and eyes caused by a type of jaundice called neonatal jaundice. This is from bilirubin in the blood because of the immaturity of their livers. This usually resolves without treatment in a few days, but in severe cases it can require treatment.

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Last revision: May 30, 2003

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