jaundice of newborn
A mild temporary jaundice in newborn infants caused mainly by functional immaturity of the liver.
A severe, sometimes fatal form of jaundice in newborn infants caused by pathological conditions such as congenital blockage of the common bile duct, erythroblastosis fetalis, and septic pylephlebitis.icterus neonatorum Ritter's disease
What Does The Name “Mohammed” Mean?For the last 14 years, Jack was the most common boy’s name in England and Wales. Last year, though, Oliver overtook Jack to take the top spot. There’s a more interesting story, though, in the statistics: over 7,000 newborn boys in Britain were given one of 12 variations of the name Mohammed, such as Muhammad or Mohammad. Combined, these forms place it in the top …
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