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Deranged function of liver - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Liver and Gall Bladder
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User :   Hi..
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you'
User :   Liver shows subnormal tracer uptake suggestive of deranged hepatocytic function
Doctor :   Ok
User :   my sisiter son 7months baby was infected by the above
User :   is it any danger.. is there.. as HIDA scan we got this report..
User :   thy are telling as well cholestatic jaundice
Doctor :   yes the report says there is deranged function of liver
User :   wht is resolution for this..
Doctor :   but you wnat ot know the prognosis
User :   is it cureable..
Doctor :   for that I need to ask you few question
User :   yes tell me..
Doctor :   What are the other symptoms
Doctor :   the baby has
Doctor :   How did it start and when did it start?
User :   1 week back we observed yellow color change in the skin and eyes..
User :   stool and urine color also chages..
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   any fever, vomiting?
Doctor :   what is the color of the stool specifically?
User :   no
User :   he is looking active..
Doctor :   what is the color of the stool specifically?
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