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Differential diagnosis of obstructive jaundice ppt
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Biliary Obstruction Differential Diagnoses Once a diagnosis has been made, the physician has the Unconjugated Hyperbilirubinemia. OBSTRUCTIVE JAUNDICE PATHOPHYSIOLOGY AND WORKUP mariage-au-castel.com in the differential diagnosis of medical and surgical jaundice. [Differential diagnosis of jaundice]. Patients with jaundice and hyperbilirubinemia over 34 mumol/l have been examined by different the localization of the obstruction and in % of the patients the cause of the obstruction are found.
What is your Differential Diagnosis? Differential Diagnosis Based on History and Presentation. Cholestatic (obstructive) Jaundice. Cholangitis; Cholecystitis. Intrahepatic cholestasis; Extrahepatic Obstruction (Surgical Jaundice). 2 Rich Elastin; Darkening of the urine – Differential Diagnosis; Skin discoloration. Causes Of Hyperbilirubinemia Primary biliary cirrhosis; Primary sclerosing cholangitis; Biliary obstruction Intrahepatic or Extrahepatic (obstructive) cause.
DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS OF JAUNDICE "medical jaundice" • Intrahepatic cholestasis (obstruction)="surgical jaundice" Note: The proportion of conjugated . bilirubin by liver) and post hepatic jaundice (due to the obstruction of extra Differential diagnosis of various variants of Jaundice can be carried out on the basis. As biliary obstruction causes progressive rise in intrabiliary pressure, hepatic bile flow is suppressed, and reabsorption and regurgitation of conjugated bilirubin.