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yellowish discoloration of tissue (skin), whites of eyes (sclerae), and bodily fluids with bile pigment (bilirubin) caused by any of several pathological conditions that interrupt the liver's normal production and discharge of bile.
a measure of turbidity or suspended materials by optical obstruction of light rays passed through a water sample, as compared to a standard.
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