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Gilbert's syndrome

Gilbert's syndrome is an inherited autosomal dominant genetic disease with incomplete penetrance and is characterised by mild glucuronyl transferase deficiency. As a result, patients display unconjugated hyperbilirubinemia. Males are affected more often than females. Affected individuals (constitute 3-7% of the general population) are often without symptoms and their prognosis is excellent.

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