The authors demonstrate two infants with a yellow skin coloration which developed as a result of excessive dietary carotenoid intake. The yellow coloration, contrary to jaundice, did not affect the sclerae. Elevated blood carotenoid levels were found and a temporary increase of aminotransferases. In both infants lower IgA levels were recorded. After… (More)


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@article{Kaspar1991Carotenemia, title={[Carotenemia].}, author={Petr Kaspar and Alexander Kolsk{\'y} and Eva Kudlov{\'a} and Vendula Novakova}, journal={Ceskoslovenska pediatrie}, year={1991}, volume={46 5}, pages={275-7} }