High bilirubin levels cause jaundice, also known as icterus, which is a yellowish or greenish discoloration of the skin and sclera. Adults with jaundice frequently have underlying conditions that involve aberrant heme metabolism, liver malfunction, or biliary-tract obstruction. While jaundice in babies is frequent, with an estimated 80% of cases occurring in the first week of life, it is uncommon in adults. Itching, pale stools, and dark urine are the three symptoms of jaundice that are most frequently seen.


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