xanthoma

Other names: vesicle yellowish Xanthomas are tiny store fat under the skin visible. According to their shape and degree of coloration can be distinguished: 1) tendon xanthomas having the form of subcutaneous tubercles in areas where muscle tendons pa...

yellow sclera

Other names: icteric sclera Yellowing of the whites, or the mucous membranes and skin always so mean. Jaundice. This may not be an infectious jaundice, as you might imagine now. Yellowing is caused by bilirubin - breakdown products of hemoglobin (blo...

yellow skin

Other names: jaundice, jaundice, a yellowing of the skin Skin color is normally determined by a combination of three dyes, and melanin, hemoglobin andcarotenoids. Carotenoids are natural yellow-orange dyes and their extremely high dietary intake can...

yellowish skin

Other names: subikterus Yellowing of the skin - jaundice appears, along with a yellow tinge whites of the eyes and mucous membranes at high levels of bilirubin in the blood. Bilirubin is a substance that is produced from hemoglobin after his release...