Pathophysiology - 20687

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Pathophysiology

 

A 40-year-old man has chronic hepatitis

B. What may be the cause of his condition? Describe the pathophysiology of hepatitis B.

  • What are the signs of preicteric and icteric stages of acute hepatitis?
  • What serum markers are found?
  • Is cirrhosis likely to develop and what pathophysiological changes are taking place?
  • If the patient developed ascites, edema, esophageal varices, or respiratory infections, what might be happening?

 

 

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The hepatitis B virus is a DNA

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