A yellowing of the skin or other tissues in a newborn infant. This can be normal (physiologic jaundice) and go away in a couple weeks. It can also represent an underlying disorder (pathological jaundice) if blood tests are markedly abnormal or the condition persists.
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What is Symcat?
A disease calculator that uses hundreds of thousands of
patient records to estimate probability of disease. You
may have heard of Watson by IBM, which illustrates a trend of
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