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What causes the skin under my eyes to turn yellow?

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Dr. Rebecca Gliksman
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In brief: Yellow eyes

Yellow eyes are usually a symptoms of Jaundice , which is due to increased bilirubin from liver dysfunction.
May be due to liver dysfunction from hepatitis, viral or due to chemicals includiing alcohol, or from occlusion of the bile duct from stones or a mass, or inflammation or intrinsic liver diseases like Gilbert's or liver mass/ cancer. Please follow up with doc today

In brief: Yellow eyes

Yellow eyes are usually a symptoms of Jaundice , which is due to increased bilirubin from liver dysfunction.
May be due to liver dysfunction from hepatitis, viral or due to chemicals includiing alcohol, or from occlusion of the bile duct from stones or a mass, or inflammation or intrinsic liver diseases like Gilbert's or liver mass/ cancer. Please follow up with doc today
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