Neonatal Hepatitis

Neonatal Hepatitis

Neonatal hepatitis is a term that refers to a variety of liver disorders that affect foetuses and newborns. Viruses or metabolic conditions are the most common causes; however, many cases have no recognised cause. The infant with neonatal hepatitis typically develops jaundice between the ages of one and two months, is not gaining weight or growing properly, and has an enlarged liver and spleen. The majority of infants with this disease are jaundiced. Newborn hepatitis-induced jaundice is not the same as normal neonatal jaundice. Infants with neonatal hepatitis have black urine, as opposed to natural newborn jaundice. Infants may also show signs of growth retardation.

Committee Members
Speaker at Pediatrics and Neonatology 2022 - Steven M Donn

Steven M Donn

University of Michigan, United States
Speaker at Pediatrics and Neonatology 2022 - Christopher S Snyder

Christopher S Snyder

UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital, United States
Speaker at Pediatrics and Neonatology 2022 - Kate Tauber

Kate Tauber

Albany Medical Center, United States
EPN 2022 Speakers
Speaker at Pediatrics and Neonatology 2022 - Neil R M Buist

Neil R M Buist

Oregon Health & Science University, United States
Speaker at Pediatrics and Neonatology 2022 - Izel Caliskan

Izel Caliskan

Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals, United Kingdom
Speaker at Pediatrics and Neonatology 2022 - Grace Williams

Grace Williams

University of Leeds, United Kingdom
Speaker at Pediatrics and Neonatology 2022 - Josefina Mazal Cemborain

Josefina Mazal Cemborain

Creer y Crear, Argentina

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