SEROLOGICAL METHODS IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF LIVER FIBROSIS IN PREGNANT WOMEN WITH HEPATITIS B, C AND EVALUATION OF THE SENSITIVITY AND SPECIFICITY OF SWE ELASTOGRAPHY ()

SEROLOGICAL METHODS IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF LIVER FIBROSIS IN PREGNANT WOMEN WITH HEPATITIS B, C AND EVALUATION OF THE SENSITIVITY AND SPECIFICITY OF SWE ELASTOGRAPHY ()

Дата публикации статьи в журнале: 2020/04/10
Название журнала: Американский Научный Журнал, Выпуск: 34, Том: 1, Страницы в выпуске: 8-16
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, Azerbaijan Medical University, PhD in Medicine
Автор: Ismayıl Gafarov Adil
, Azerbaijan Medical University, PhD in Physics and Mathematics
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Анотация: B, C virus hepatitis being the leading cause of acute and chronic liver disease, causes 1,4 million deaths every year. Currently, 248 million people worldwide live with chronic HBV infection, and 110 million people are positive for HCV-antibodies (in 80 million of them an active viremic infections are found) (1) According to the American College Obstetricians and Gynaecologist (FAQ-Pregnancy 093, November, 2013), chronic HBV infection can lead to complications such as liver cirrhosis, liver cancer and premature death. Infected infants are at high risk (up to 90%) for viral transmission.(2) They also transmit the virus to others and in 25% of cases they die because of liver cirrhosis or liver cancer at reaching adulthood. Hepatitis C also has similar complications, such as Hepatitis B. Chronicity of these diseases contributes to the development of fibrosis in the liver. In scientific sources of recent years (2018), there are reports on chronicity of the disease during pregnancy and deepening of fibrosis in the liver. (3)
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Данные для цитирования: Ellada Sariyeva Goshgar Ismayıl Gafarov Adil . SEROLOGICAL METHODS IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF LIVER FIBROSIS IN PREGNANT WOMEN WITH HEPATITIS B, C AND EVALUATION OF THE SENSITIVITY AND SPECIFICITY OF SWE ELASTOGRAPHY (). Американский Научный Журнал. Медицинские науки. 2020/04/10; 34(1):8-16.

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