The goal of chronic hepatitis b therapy is to prevent progression of liver disease this is achieved if hbv replication is durably abolished or significantly reduced in hbeag positive patients hbeag clearance followed by the hbe seroconversion phase can be achieved in hbeag negative patients long term antiviral suppression of viral replication is needed the loss of hbsag eventually associated with an hbs seroconversion is the most desirable endpoint of therapy but is rarely achieved . Edited by stuart c gordon 392 pp 15000 marcel dekker inc new york isbn 0 8247 0582 3 web address for ordering wwwdekkercom this book aims to fill a gap in the available literature by providing both a comprehensive summary and a practical approach to the diagnosis and treatment of viral hepatitis. Management of chronic viral hepatitis is an a5 sized multiauthor textbook of over 300 pages which forms one of eight books in a gastroenterology and hepatology series curiously the only other hepatological title in this series is a book entitled viral hepatitis diagnosis treatment prevention by a different editor the stated intention of the book is to bring the recent advances in . The diagnosis of hepatitis b virus or hepatitis c virus related chronic hepatitis is required to detect patients who have a high risk of developing liver complications and who may benefit by antiviral therapy moreover clinical management of chronic liver disease in thalassemia patients is a team management issue requiring a multidisciplinary approach the purposes of this paper are to summarize the knowledge on the epidemiology and the risks of transmission of viral infections to
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