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Jaundice in a newborn: Answers to questions about a common clinical problem. First of two parts.
Yes, jaundice in newborns is prevalent and usually benign, but these babies still need ongoing clinical assessment. Part 1 reviews ways to identify and categorize hyperbilirubinemia and sets out the testing that a jaundiced infant requires.