serum hepatitis

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serum hepatitis

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serum hepatitis

serum hepatitis n.


Influence of hepatitis C virus (HCV) viraemia upon serum aminotransferase activity in chronic dialysis patients.

Interstitial Nephritis, Thrombocytopenia, Hepatitis, and Elevated Serum Amylase Levels in a Patient Receiving Clarithromycin Therapy

Serum sickness associated with rituximab in a patient with hepatitis C virus-related mixed cryoglobulinaemia

Correlations of Serum Hepatitis C Virus RNA and Alanine Transaminase With Liver Histopathological Changes in Patients With Chronic Hepatitis C

Synergistic Activation of the Serum Response Element–Dependent Pathway by Hepatitis B Virus X Protein and Large-Isoform Hepatitis Delta Antigen

Serum Hepatitis B Virus-DNA Levels Correlate With Long-term Adverse Outcomes in Spontaneous Hepatitis B e Antigen Seroconverters

Revised cutoff values of serum aminotransferase in detecting viral hepatitis among CAPD patients: experience from Taiwan, an endemic area for hepatitis B.

Association of Serum Cytokine Levels With Treatment Response to Pegylated Interferon and Ribavirin Therapy in Genotype 1 Chronic Hepatitis C Patients

High Levels of Serum Interleukin-10 and Tumor Necrosis Factor—α Are Associated with Fatality in Fulminant Hepatitis

High Serum Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) RNA Load Predicts the Presence of HCV RNA in Saliva from Individuals with Chronic and Acute HCV Infection

The Origin of Hepatitis C Virus Reinfecting Transplanted Livers: Serum-Derived versus Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cell-Derived Virus

Detection of Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) in Serum and Peripheral-Blood Mononuclear Cells from HCV-Monoinfected and HIV/HCV–Coinfected Persons


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A name formerly used to describe the variety of hepatitis that occurred after receiving a parenteral injection of serum. This is most often caused by hepatitis B or C.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.

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