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‘Non Surgical’ jaundice- how to manage on the medical take

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Abstract

Malignancy and alcoholic hepatitis are cited as the most common causes of jaundice seen in secondary care. A patient with non-alcohol related jaundice, however, may require extensive investigations and early involvement of specialists. This article utilises a case presenting to the Acute Medical Unit, (AMU) to illustrate the importance of a careful and systematic assessment of non-alcoholic related jaundice.

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