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Гепатиты

Гепати́т – слово греческого происхождения от слова «печень». Оно означает поражение печени, проявляющееся в воспалительных процессах, распространяющихся на весь орган и, в конечном счете, приводящих к его полному поражению.

 

Гепатиты очень опасны и часто приводят к летальному исходу, поэтому своевременная диагностика и выявление очень важны.

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30.12.2014
  Definition               Definition Hepatitis E Virus (HEV) is a major cause of enteric non-A hepatitis worldwide. Both HEV IgM and IgG are typically detected within one month after infection; IgM persists for about two months, whereas IgG levels persist for months to ...
30.12.2014
    Definition                   Definition Hepatitis E Virus (HEV) is a major cause of enteric non-A hepatitis worldwide. Both HEV IgM and IgG are typically detected within one month after infection; IgM persists for about two months, whereas IgG levels persist ...
17.12.2014
Definition             Definition PCR. Hepatitis C virus (genotype, Real-time) - assessing the risk of hepatitis C transition in the chron...
10.12.2014
Definition                 Definition HDV infection occurs only in association with HBV infection. Acute HDV infection reflects either HDV acquisition at the time of acute HBV infection (coinfection), or recent exposure to HDV in a patient with chronic HBV infection (superinfection). HDV antigen is ...
10.12.2014
  Definition               Definition Hepatitis D Virus (HDV) infection occurs in association with HBV infection. A positive result for HDV total antibody may indicate either acute or chronic HDV infection. HDV antibodies appear transiently during acute infection, and typically disappear with resolution of the ...
09.12.2014
    Definition                 Definition Hepatitis C is an infectious disease affecting the liver, caused by the hepatitis C virus (HCV). This infection is often asymptomatic, but once established it can progress to chronic scarring of the liver (fibrosis and cirrhosis). In some ...
09.12.2014
  Definition                   Definition The detection and quantification of hepatitis B virus (HBV) DNA play an important role in diagnosing and monitoring HBV infection as well as assessing therapeutic response. The great variability among HBV genotypes and the enormous range of clinical ...
08.12.2014
  Definition                       Definition PCR. Hepatitis B virus (blood, qual...
04.12.2014
    Definition                       Definition Antibody to HBcAg (anti-HBc) rises first. As a generalisation, the detection of IgM antibody specific to the hepatitis B core is the primary indicator of acute infection. It usually appears at or just before ...
03.12.2014
  Definition                 Definition Hepatitis B virus (HBV) tests check for substances in the blood that show whether a hepatitis B infection is active or has occurred in the past. The tests look for different signs of infection (markers): Antigens are markers made ...
02.12.2014
Definition                       Definition Hepatitis B virus (HBV) tests check for substances in the blood that show whether a hepatitis B infection is active or has occurred in the past. The tests look for different signs of infection (markers): Antigens are ...
01.12.2014
  Definition             Definition Hepatitis B virus (HBV) tests check for substances in the blood that show whether a hepatitis B infection is active or has occurred in the past. The tests look for different signs of infection (markers): Antigens are markers made by bacteria ...
28.11.2014
    Definition                   Definition The total HAV antibody test detects both IgM and IgG antibodies and thus may be used to identify both current and past infections. This test will also be positive after receiving the vaccine, so sometimes it may ...
27.11.2014
  Definition                       Definition The HAV IgG test detects the IgG antibodies that develop later in the course of the disease. IgG antibodies remain present for many years, usually for life, providing protection against recurrent infection by the same virus. ...
26.11.2014
Definition                 Definition The establishment of a real-time detection system enables more accurate diagnosis ...
25.11.2014
    Definition                     Definition Total HCV antibodies is a diagnostic method of hepatitis C infection by detecting antibodies in the blood of both class IgM and IgG. Hepatitis C is a virus spread through contact with infected blood. Nearly 80% ...
24.11.2014
    Definition                         Definition Hepatitis C is a major global public health problem. HCV infection is one of the main causes of cirrhosis and HCC. The incubation period for acute hepatitis C averages 6 to 10 weeks. Most ...
21.11.2014
    Definition                       Definition Hepatitis A virus (HAV) test is a blood test that looks for proteins (antibodies) made by the body in response to the virus that causes hepatitis A. These proteins will be present in your blood ...
20.11.2014
    Definition                       Definition HBeAg stands for hepatitis B "e" antigen. This antigen is a protein from the hepatitis B virus that circulates in infected blood when the virus is actively replicating. The presence of HBeAg suggests that ...
20.11.2014
  Definition                   Definition It is commonly referred to as the Australia Antigen. This is because it was first isolated by the American research physician and Nobel Prize winner Baruch S. Blumberg in the serum of an Australian Aboriginal person. It was ...
19.11.2014
  Definition                     Definition Hepatitis D, also referred as Hepatitis D virus (HDV) and classified as Hepatitis delta virus, is a disease caused by a small circular enveloped RNA virus. HDV is considered to be a subviral satellite because it can ...
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