High concentrations of bilirubin in the blood may be dangerous because it may be the result of a medical condition. High bilirubin levels may indicate liver disease or that the bile ducts are blocked. More »

Serum bilirubin levels vary among different ethnicities and infant maturation levels, but concern for bilirubin toxicity occurs when the bilirubin level is above 25 mg per dL, states American Family Physician. When hemol... More »

A high bilirubin level, or hyperbilirubinemia, in newborn babies is usually not dangerous and does not require extensive treatment, says WebMD. Typically, infants eliminate excess bilirubin through their first bowel move... More »

High levels of bilirubin can lead to the yellowing of the skin and the whites of the eyes, a condition known as jaundice, states WebMD. Additionally, high total bilirubin can be an indicator of liver disease and blockage... More »

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High bilirubin levels indicate problems with the gall bladder, liver or bile ducts, according to Healthline. A person can also have high bilirubin levels due to problems in his blood. Infants may have high bilirubin leve... More »

High bilirubin levels may indicate a variety of problems with the liver, such as hepatitis or blockage of the liver's bile ducts. More infrequently hemolysis, the destruction of red blood cells, is a cause of high biliru... More »

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High bilirubin test results may be indicative of blood disorders or impaired liver function, such as liver disease or blocked bile ducts. Too much bilirubin, or hyperbilirubinemia, in newborn babies can cause brain damag... More »