Intrahepatic Cholestasis of Pregnancy (ICP) is a heterogeneous group of pregnancy-specific liver disorders characterized by elevated serum bile acids. ICP should be suspected in cases of pruritis lacking a rash, though it should be noted that a rash may develop secondarily as a result of intense scratching.
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Including primary symptoms, other symptoms, etiology, diagnosis, maternal disease, fetal disease, management, complications, follow-up care and new findings.