Medical Definition of Indirect bilirubin

1. Free bilirubin that has not been attached to a glucuronide molecule. This results from the rapid breakdown of red blood cells. The haemoglobin molecule is normally converted to bilirubin. Greater than normal values of indirect bilirubin can be seen in erythroblastosis foetalis, haemolytic anaemia, sickle cell anaemia, transfusion reactions, pernicious anaemia and resolution of large haematomas. (27 Sep 1997)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Indirect Bilirubin

indigrubin
indihumin
indilatory
indiligence
indiligent
indiminishable
indin
indinavir
indinavirs
indirect
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indirect Coombs' test
indirect agglutination
indirect antonym
indirect bilirubin (current term)
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indirect diuretic
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indirect haemagglutination test
indirect immunofluorescence
indirect lead
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