Last Updated: 2013-04-05
Autosomal-recessive condition characterized by a predominantly conjugated hyperbilirubinemia.
Patients are generally asymptomatic and jaundice may be an incidental finding.
More than 50% of the serum bilirubin is conjugated and bilirubinuria is typically present.
Symptomatically similar to Dubin-Johnson syndrome but the liver is histologically normal.
A benign condition with a normal life expectancy, and no specific therapy is required.
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