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What is Gilbert Syndrome?

Description of the disease

Gilbert Syndrome is a genetic condition that leads to impaired liver function due to disruptions in bilirubin metabolism. This is thought to disrupt the flow of bile and result in the accumulation of bilirubin in the body.


  • Gilbert Syndrome type 1
  • Gilbert Syndrome type 2


  • Jaundice
  • Weakness
  • Abdominal pain


Gilbert Syndrome is caused by genetic mutations that result in disruptions in bilirubin metabolism.


Diagnosis of Gilbert Syndrome involves blood tests to measure bilirubin levels, genetic testing, and examination of the symptoms of the disease.


Treatment of Gilbert Syndrome is aimed at alleviating symptoms. It is typically recommended to follow a specific diet and avoid factors that may exacerbate the condition.


Gilbert Syndrome is a genetic condition, so there is no specific prevention. However, it is important to seek genetic counseling if there are cases of the disease in the family and follow the doctor's recommendations.


For the diagnosis and treatment of Gilbert Syndrome, it is advisable to consult a gastroenterologist or geneticist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.