What Is It/

How Is It Recognized/

Is Massage indicated

Condition Name

What Are They?

How Are They Recognized?

or Contraindicated?

Jaundice

Jaundice is a symptom of

Jaundice gives the skin, eyes, and

Massage is contraindicated for

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liver dysfunction, involving

mucous membranes a yellowish

jaundice, which is usually a sign

 

the presence of excess bili-

cast.

of significant congestion and

 

rubin in the blood, which is

 

dysfunction in the liver or gall

 

then dissolved in subcuta-

 

bladder

 

neous fat, mucous mem-

 

 

 

branes, and the sclera of

 

 

 

the eyes.

 

 

 

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