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Jaundice (cont.)

Medications

Medications may or may not be necessary. After diagnosing the cause of the patient's jaundice, the health care practitioner will direct the patient's treatment and prescribe medications if they are necessary. As outlined above, various medication options exist depending on the underlying cause of the jaundice.

Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 6/5/2014
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