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Gordon Steeves
Gordon Steeves over 1 year ago

What are the complications of hepatitis B?

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An infection with hepatitis B virus is a common infection faced in clinical settings. It is spread by coming in contact with blood or body fluids of an infected person. It has a vertical transmission as well. Acute infections are mild or silent. This infection is infamous for becoming chronic. Chronic infections may still stay silent till complications develop. These complications include: 1) Fulminant hepatitis that develops after an acute infection. 2) chronic liver disease or DCLD 3) cirrhosis 4) HCC.

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