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Diagnosis of Hepatitis B Virus Infection (HBV) and Interpretation of HBV Serology

by Carlo Raj, MD
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    The lecture Diagnosis of Hepatitis B Virus Infection (HBV) and Interpretation of HBV Serology by Carlo Raj, MD is from the course Cirrhosis – Liver Diseases.


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    1. 2 to 4 months
    2. 0 to 2 months
    3. 4 to 6 months
    4. 1 to 2 years
    5. 2 to 4 years
    1. IgM Anti-HBc
    2. IgG-Anti HBc
    3. Anti HBe
    4. Anti HBs
    5. HBsAg
    1. Anti HBs
    2. Anti HBe
    3. IgM Anti HBc
    4. IgG Anti HBc
    5. HbsAg
    1. Patient had prior infection of Hepatitis B
    2. Patient is having acute infection of Hepatitis B
    3. Patient had prior vaccination for Hepatitis B
    4. Patient is a chronic Hepatitis B carrier
    5. Patient has chronic hepatitis B
    1. Anti Hbs positive
    2. HbsAg, Anti HBc IgM and HbeAg are positive
    3. HBsAg, Anti HBc IgG and Anti HBeAg are positive and HBV DNA is less than 20000 copies
    4. HBsAg, Anti HBc IgG and HBeAg are positive and HBV DNA is more than 20000 copies
    5. Anti HBs and Anti HBc IgG
    1. Defer collection of blood from this donor
    2. Collect the blood and use the blood for transfusion
    3. Ask him to return when his serology shows positive for Anti HBc IgG and Anti HBe
    4. Advice him to consult a gastroenterologist
    5. Advice him to repeat serology testing 6 months later and donate blood

    Author of lecture Diagnosis of Hepatitis B Virus Infection (HBV) and Interpretation of HBV Serology

     Carlo Raj, MD

    Carlo Raj, MD


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