Any information concerning Gilbert disease: What is it
How one gets it?
Is it dangerous?
Is it inherited?
Does it go away?
Gilbert's disease is a benign but chronic disorder characterized by elevation of unconjugated serum bilirubin levels. The inheritance of the disease is unclear with many cases not haing a familial incidence. We do not know how people acquire the illness. usually, it is an incidental finsing during routine blood tests. A typical scenario, is to find elevated bilirubin during a routine blood test. Tests to rule out liver disease or hemolysis (accelerated destruction of red blood cells) are normal.The disease is not dangerous and probably does not go away. Finally, it is quite common being thought to be present in up to 55 of the population.
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