Rotor syndrome

What is Rotor syndrome?

Rotor syndrome is a genetic disease characterised by hyperbilirubinemia.In this there is an increase of conjugated bilirubin. Jaundice develops shortly after birth.Chronic jaundice without evidence of haemolysis,intermittent fever, abdominal pain and discomfort may be there.

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hi! I'm really curious and slightly worried if there is something else that i should consult about aside from my UTI and furthermore, let me give...

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Get the advised investigations AT THE EARLIEST

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From the information provided, the...

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Good morning - I received the following results yesterday from a work physical and was told not to worry
Total Bilirubin - 3.7
Direct Bilirubin -...

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As per your lab reports, both the conjugated(indirect) and unconjugated(direct) bilirubin are...

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i m 28 yrs. and had indirect billirubin 10.3 in the serum indirect billirubin test please suggest me some thing which can help me need help to know...

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Hello rajni;
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The report of indirect bilirubin showing 10.3 is quite high but you did not mention any other report like...

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