Hemolytic jaundice

What is Hemolytic jaundice?

Jaundice resulting from increased production of bilirubin from hemoglobin as a result of any process (toxic, genetic, or immune) causing increased destruction of erythrocytes.

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I am Sumeet Wane is 21 years old ,staying in Indore MP , My height is 5.4” and weight is 43 kg , . Since last 12 years I am suffering...

doctor1 MD

Hello
As you mentioned that you are having hemolytic jaundice . There are so many possibilities of jaundice .
So please get in MRI of liver , also...

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my 18 yr old son in a routne blood test result showed a SGOT level 118 and a LDH of 325,can you suggest reasons and a correction procedure...

doctor1 MD

Hi,
Thank you for your query.
SGOT levels are a little raised and kindly mention the upper levels of LDH at your lab. LDH levels increase when RBC...

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My husband has been detected with Gall Stones (multiple) of aroung 8-13 mm. Also his Toatal bilirubin is 14.5, his SGPT is 1174 IU/L, SGOT is 833...

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Hi XXXXXXX

Thanks for posting your query,

1) Your husband is suffering from yellowness of sclera & urine (Jaundice) and now the diagnostic...

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