Describe lucey-driscoll syndrome please.?

Newborn jaundice. Lucey-driscoll syndrome is a from of temporary newborn jaundice that runs in families. It's a recessive condition: if both parents are carriers it happens in about 1/4 of their kids on average. The baby's body can't properly breakdown bilirubin, so bilirubin levels can get quite high, causing severe jaundice. It's important to treat the jaundice in lucey-driscoll syndrome.