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Case: You are a family practice doctor who sees a neonate in the clinic. He has CONJUGATED hyperbilirubinemia (conjugated is always abnormal), and increased alk phos on labs, low blood albumin, NO urobilinogen in urine, and clay colored stools. What does he commonly have? Can we use PHOTOTHERAPY?

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Case: You are a family practice doctor who sees a neonate in the clinic. He has CONJUGATED hyperbilirubinemia (conjugated is always abnormal), and increased alk phos on labs, low blood albumin, NO urobilinogen in urine, and clay colored stools. What does he commonly have? Can we use PHOTOTHERAPY?

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