What causes enlarged spleen?
Does not need to be treated.
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Gilbert's syndrome or constitutional hepatic dysfunction is characterized by nonhemolytic jaundice as a result of an inherited gene mutation. It may be characterized by both liver and spleen enlargement. These two are related. Unless there are other complications nothing needs to be done about it.
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