Aprospective study on acute viral hepatitis
in pregnancy; Seroprevalence, and fetomaternal outcome of 100 cases.
Hepatitis E: a common cause of acute viral hepatitis
To assess the validity of an algorithm based on liver function test for differential diagnosis of acute viral hepatitis
in jaundiced patients.
The ignorance about good sanitary and hygienic practices further complicates the conditions that may lead to Acute Watery Diarrhoea Cholera and Gastroenteritis, enteric fever and acute viral hepatitis
(A and E) outbreaks which not only leads to an increased level of morbidity and mortality and also creates resources burden.
It is frequently responsible for acute viral hepatitis
in developing countries.
We conducted a retrospective study to determine how commonly we may be encountering potential false-positive results after noticing the occurrence of positive IgM anti-HAV test results in the absence of clinical findings suggesting acute viral hepatitis
Serum of patients with acute viral hepatitis
was investigated by ELISA for the presence of anti-HDV IgM, anti-HBc IgM, HBsAg, anti-HCV IgM, total anti-HCV, anti-HDV IgM, anti-E2HGV using the test kits produced by "Vector Best" CJSC (Novosibirsk, Russia).
Acute viral hepatitis
A is uncommonly associated with various neurological manifestations like encephalitis, meningitis, myelitis, radiculitis, Guillain Barre Syndrome and mononeuritis multiplex.
Both of these enzymes will be elevated in the serum of a patient with acute viral hepatitis
Objective: The objective of this study was to evaluate hepatic vein flow patterns in adults with acute viral hepatitis
and to compare the findings with a control group of healthy people using Doppler ultrasound.
Given these new developments, clinicians now should consider testing for HEV in the following scenarios: when the clinical presentation of the liver damage is unusual; when the pattern of injury resembles acute viral hepatitis
even though hepatitis A, B, and C have been ruled out; and especially when the drug that is suspected to have caused the liver injury is critically important to the patient (such as antiretrovirals or antituberculosis agents), Dr.
Topics covered include general principles of biopsy assessment, laboratory techniques, assessment and differential diagnosis of pathological features, biliary disease, acute viral hepatitis
, steatosis and steatohepatitis, drugs and toxins, cirrhosis, vascular disorders, disturbances of copper and iron metabolism, electron microscopy and other techniques, and the liver in systemic disease, pregnancy, and transplantation, with color images throughout.