- 1. General Services.
- 2. Gilberts Syndrome. A common medical condition (often inherited) where
the liver is less effective in processing pigments in the bile called
bilirubin. This leads to raised bilirubin levels in the blood, with common
symbols being mild jaundice, fatigue, weakness and loss of appetite.
Gilberts Syndrome affects about 5% of the population.
Gilberts Syndrome is named after a French gastroentererologist Augustin Nicolas Gilbert, who first described in syndrome in 1901. It is also occasionally referred to as "Unconjugated hyperbilirubinaemia".
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