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Jaundice in newborn
 

 

 

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Deutsch: Sechs Wochen alter weiblicher Säugling mit einer Gelbsucht (Ikterus), die in diesem Fall auf eine Unterfunktion der Schilddrüse (Hypothyreose) zurückzuführen war.
English: This 6 week old female presented with symptoms of jaundice, which was proven to be due to hypothyrodism. This patient was treated with supplemental thyroid hormonal therapy, and appeared to be a normal healthy child at 1 year of age. Female infants are statistically twice as likely to develop congenital hypothyroidism than male infants.
Date 1967(1967)
Source http://phil.cdc.gov/phil/home.asp ID#: 5604 US Department of Health and Human Services
Author Dr. Hudson
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