AVH

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AVHApple Valley High (various locations)
AVHAssociation Valentin Haüy (French: Valentin Haüy Association: est. 1889)
AVHAndroscoggin Valley Hospital (Berlin, NH)
AVHAxinn Veltrop & Harkrider (law firm; various locations)
AVHAustralian Veterinary Hospital
AVHAnne Valérie Hash (French fashion designer)
AVHAllamvedelmi Hatosag (Hungarian secret police)
AVHAcademy of Veterinary Homeopathy
AVHAlex Van Halen
AVHAcute Viral Hepatitis
AVHAntelope Valley Hospital (Lancaster, California)
AVHAlliance of Vojvodina Hungarians (political party; Serbia)
AVHA Virtual Horse (video game)
AVHAuditory Verbal Hallucination
AVHAverage Hardness
AVHAir Vehicle Handler
AVHAverage Heading
AVHAircraft Rescue Boat (Auxiliary, Aircraft, Hospital)
AVHAcacia Veterinary Hospital (Chico, CA)
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Providing that acute viral hepatitis does not progress to FHF, many cases resolve over a period of days, weeks, or months.
Acute viral hepatitis A frequently occurs in childhood.
Past acute viral hepatitis C (AHC) with jaundice was diagnosed over 3.5 times more often in the SC HCV (14 [29.2%] patients) than in CHC (23 [7.5 %] patients) (OR, 5.12 [95 % CI, 2.41-10.87]; p<0.001).
Changing patterns of acute viral hepatitis at a major urban referral center in Egypt.
With all above examination and extensive workup the diagnosis of acute viral hepatitis E infection with G6PD deficiency was determined.
Lab work revealed severe elevations in liver transaminases, aspartate aminotransferase (AST) was 6,769 U/L, alanine aminotransferase (ALT) was 8,479 U/L, INR was elevated at 2.0, and acute viral hepatitis panel was positive for hepatitis A IgM only.
Silva et al., "HEV, TTV and GBVC/HGV markers in patients with acute viral hepatitis," Brazilian Journal of Medical and Biological Research, vol.
Acute viral hepatitis (AVH) is defined as those cases which have acute self-limited disease, and a serum aspartate aminotransferase elevation of at least five-fold or clinical jaundice or both.
Worldwide, HEV is the most common cause of acute viral hepatitis in humans.
ISLAMABAD -- National Institute of Health (NIH) in a seasonal awareness alert has warned against spread of water and food borne diseases causing acute watery diarrhoea, cholera and gastroenteritis, enteric fever and acute viral hepatitis.
Viral hepatitis particularly hepatitis B virus and hepatitis C virus infection causes considerable morbidity and mortality in human population ranging from acute viral hepatitis to chronic hepatitis, liver cirrhosis and hepatocellular carcinoma.8 With increasing incidence and high prevalence of hepatitis-B and hepatitis C virus, more and more people are being affected by this deadly disease.9
If a patient has a hepatocellular pattern of liver injury, order serological tests to rule out acute viral hepatitis (hepatitis A, B, C, and E).
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