Overview

Jaundice is a disease that develops when excessive levels of bilirubin circulating in the bloodstream dissolve the subcutaneous fat (the layer of fat just beneath the skin). A person who has jaundice might notice that their skin, mucous membranes, and eye whites have a yellowish tint. It can occur with some medical disorders and typically denotes a liver or bile duct issue. For patients with moderate to severe pruritus, treatment under a doctor’s guidance might be recommended.

Depending on the degree of the problem, a liver transplant may occasionally be required because Jaundice can occasionally signify liver damage. At Sarvodaya Hospital, our doctor will assess your symptoms and recommend suitable treatment ranging from lifestyle changes to surgeries in severe cases.

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