Viral Hepatitis E in Patients with Secondary Immunodeficiency

Клиническая Микробиология и Антимикробная Химиотерапия. 2014; 16(3):195-201

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This paper presents a comparative analysis of distribution of hepatitis A, B, C and E as well as opportunistic infections among immunosuppressed patients and healthy people. Results of this epidemiological study suggest hepatitis E as an AIDS-associated infection. Combination of anti-HEV and anti-HAV antibodies was the most prevalent in all groups studied. Hepatitis E virus was shown to be a cofactor of activation and reactivation of opportunistic infections among at risk populations and healthy people.

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