Gilberts Syndrome

Gilberts syndrome which is abbreviated as GS, also called Gilbert–Meulengracht syndrome, is a genetic liver disorder and the most common hereditary disease due to the cause of increased bilirubin and is found in up to 3-12% of the population.Gilbert Syndrome is a common, harmless genetic condition in which a liver enzyme essential to the disposal of bilirubin  is abnormal. The condition has also been referred to as constitutional hepatic dysfunction and familial nonhemolytic jaundice. The enzyme abnormality in Gilbert syndrome results in mild elevations of bilirubin in the blood, particularly after starvation, consumption of alcohol, or dehydration.

Related Journals of Gilberts Syndrome

Journal of Hepatitis, Immunological Techniques in Infectious Diseases, Infectious Diseases & Therapy, Infectious Diseases and Treatment, Virology & Antiviral Research Digestive diseases, Hepatitis Research and Treatment, Journal of viral hepatitis, Lipids in health and disease, Clinical infectious diseases, Current infectious disease reports, Hepatology Research

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