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Things jaundice often describes (“jaundice ________”)
present, due, yellowness, yellowing, definition, icterus, syndrome, operations, results

Descriptive words:
obstructive, neonatal, cholestatic, hemolytic, severe, catarrhal, physiologic, chronic, mild, slight, yellow, clinical, infectious, acholuric, haemolytic, congenital, physiological, persistent, homologous, deep, familial, malignant, hepatocellular, hepatic, painless, nonhemolytic, toxic, recurrent, progressive, intense, acute, epidemic, postoperative, intrahepatic, intermittent, idiopathic, extrahepatic, induced, surgical, prolonged, transient, hepatogenous, infective, moderate, called, posthepatic, pathologic, breast, visible, overt, unexplained, newborn, marked, leptospiral, prehepatic, latent, hereditary, infantile, fatal, nonobstructive, spirochetal, hemorrhagic, chlorpromazine, frank, obvious, febrile, reversible, associated, hematogenous, toxaemic, benign, profound, spirochaetal, occasional, uncomplicated, standing, onset, protracted, haematogenous, cellular, malarial

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