In-depth

Complications

Infant jaundice

Infant jaundice, a yellowing of the skin and eyes, is common after birth. Careful monitoring and treatment is important for preventing rare, but serious, complications.

Symptoms

Fatigue

Tests and diagnosis

Amniocentesis

MRI

Ultrasound

July 15, 2017
References
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