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Things icterus often describes (“icterus ________”)
neonatorum, index, galbula, spurius, baltimore, parisorum, cucullatus, jaundice, catarrhalis, liver, leucopteryx, syndrome, pectoralis, gravidarum, simplex, nigrogularis, precox, complicating, mesomelas, pustulatus, spp, menstrualis, minor

Descriptive words:
hemolytic, scleral, slight, congenital, mild, haemolytic, chronic, intense, catarrhal, severe, obstructive, familial, clinical, neonatal, true, physiologic, grave, simple, generalized, infectious, physiological, moderate, called, dermal, febrile, deep, visible, hepatogenous, haematogenous, nonhemolytic, acute, conjunctival, marked, persistent, transient, acholuric, toxic, hematogenous, pallor, cholestatic, ordinary, hepatogenic, hepatic, subclinical, intermittent, idiopathic, faint, benign, malignant, frank, hsemolytic, obstructional, cutaneous, emotional, mechanical, obvious, progressive, symptomatic, temporary, kern, minimal, recurrent, hereditary, syphilitic, septic, manifest, newborn, latent, fatal, prolonged, pronounced, consequent, bronzed, jaundice, intrahepatic, infective, profound, hasmolytic, hemorrhagic, hepatocellular, occasional, inoffensive, postoperative, deeper, haematogenic

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