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  • EN [ ˈdʒɔ:ndɪs]
  • US [ ˈdʒɔndɪs, ˈdʒɑn-]

English definition


  • 1. yellowing of the skin and the whites of the eyes caused by an accumulation of bile pigment (bilirubin) in the blood; can be a symptom of gallstones or liver infection or anemia

  • 2. a sharp and bitter manner


  • 1. distort adversely;

    • "Jealousy had jaundiced his judgment"
  • 2. affect with, or as if with, jaundice

Example sentences

  • We encounter a patient with recurrent jaundice resulting from tumor ingrowth to the metallic stent.

  • Conclusions There were intrahepatic cholangiectasis and cholangitis in patients with clonorchiasis and jaundice.

  • Objective To evaluate the CT appearances and diagnostic value of malignant jaundice.

  • PrefaceObstructive Jaundice ( Obstructive Jaundice, OJ ) is the common disease in the hepticbile surgery.

  • ConclusionG 71 R gene mutation combined with G 6 PDdeficiency aggravates the degree of neonatal jaundice.

  • I looked into the problem without jaundice of any kind.

  • Afeter 4 weeks of jaundice hepatic energy metabolism did not recover.

  • Late in the summer of 2006, I started having some unusual symptoms, culminating jaundice.

  • She developed jaundice and a fever of 39.5 degree C.

  • In the 16 th century, medicinal use of the artichoke was documented for liver problems and jaundice.

  • To sutdy the ascendency of different methods in obstuctive jaundice.

  • Objective To study the clinical characteristics and treatment of clonochiasis sinensis patients with jaundice.

  • To study the effect of caress on defecation and jaundice of newborn.

  • Preious research on humans identified fie genes responsible for inherited forms of jaundice.

  • Jaundice, edema, and great abdominal swelling are common in all.

  • Result Blood osmotic pressure of newborns with neonatal pneumonia neonatal jaundice, asphyxia, cold injure.

  • Objective To explore the diagnostic value of resonance cholangiopancreatography ( MRCP ) in patients with obstructive jaundice.

  • Without abdominal pain gradually deepening jaundice and abdominal mass.

  • Malignant obstructive jaundice is commonly treated by insertion of metallic stents in recent years.

  • Clinton's skin, you cannot see any jaundice or cyanosis.

  • Objective To evaluate CT technique in the diagnosis of malignant obstructive jaundice.

  • Conclusion: Dynamic transcutaneous bilirubinometry can presage newborn pathological jaundice.

  • This may cause the bile to overflow, and give rise to jaundice.

  • Incompatibility between the mother's and the baby's blood groups may cause jaundice.

  • Mild jaundice in the newborn is common and often clears without treatment.


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