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  1. Hepatitis A
  2. Non-A, Non-B Hepatitis
  3. Hepatitis B Research Advances
  4. Hepatitis B Vaccine: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Hepatitis B Vaccine Held in Paris (France), 8-9 December, 1980 (Inserm Science Series ; No 18) by France) International Symposium on Hepatitis B Vaccine 1980 (Paris, Pierre Guesry, et all 1981-09
  5. Lovers and livers: hepatitis B as an STD. (sexually transmitted disease)(STDs and Sexual/Reproductive Health): An article from: The Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality by Martin L. Tepper, Paul R. Gully, 1997-06-22
  6. Viral Hepatitis (Proceedings in Life Sciences)
  7. Hepatitis A - A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, and Annotated Research Guide to Internet References by ICON Health Publications, 2004-06-09
  8. The Hepatitis delta virus and its infection: Proceedings of an International Symposium on Hepatitis Delta Virus, held in Saint Vincent, Italy, June 19 ... in clinical and biological research)
  9. Hepatitis C: Directory of New Medical & Scientific Reviews With Subject Index by Science & Life Consultants, 1995-01
  10. Management of Chronic Viral Hepatitis (Gastroenterology and Hepatology) by Stuart Gordon, 2002-01-15
  11. Protection Against Blood-Borne Infections in the Workplace: HIV and Hepatitis (Advisory Committee on Dangerous Pathogens)
  12. Progress in Hepatitis B Research
  13. Hepatitis - A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, and Annotated Research Guide to Internet References by Health Publica Icon Health Publications, 2003-11-24
  14. Hepatitis-C-Therapie: Management psychiatrischer Risikogruppen und Behandlung psychiatrischer Nebenwirkungen von Interferon alfa mit CD-ROM by Martin Schäfer, 2006-03-31

121. Public Health Agency Of Canada - Hepatitis C - Home
Public Health Agency of Canada s home to all of our hepatitis C information.
What's New Hepatitis C: Intervention Programming for Youth at Risk - Final Consolidated Report The Effectiveness of Bleach in the Prevention of Hepatitis C Transmission - Final Report A Message from Ministers Dosanjh and Bennett
Hepatitis Awareness Month
(May 2005) Statement from Minister Dosanjh on opposition motion to compensate pre-1986 and post-1990 hepatitis C class (April 20, 2005) Persons Infected with Hepatitis C Through Blood Before 1986 and After 1990 Interesting Facts In Canada, an estimated people are currently infected with hepatitis C, many of whom are unaware that they even have it.
It has long been known that a form of viral hepatitis distinct from hepatitis A and B existed, but it was only in 1989 that the hepatitis C virus was first identified. Hepatitis is a disease characterized by inflammation of the liver. Although some people may experience symptoms such as fatigue and jaundice following initial infection, many others have no symptoms.
Partners Canadian Liver
Canadian Hemophilia
... The Hepatitis C Society of Canada Last Modified: 2005-07-05 Important Notices

122. Hepatitis C, Enzymschäden, Stoffwechselstörungen, Enzephalopathie
Auswirkungen der Infektion auf den Leberstoffwechsel, Zusammenh¤nge zu Enzymsch¤den, Stoffwechselst¶rungen, Enzephalopathie und ¼ber toxische Hirnsch¤digungen.

123. Index.htm
To educate and make people become aware of the importance of getting tested for hepatitis C.
" The Gastro Corner " Frontline Hepatitis Awareness We are in the process of updating our page to provide you with the best possible information that you will need when diagnosed with Hepatitis and related diseases! Please check back soon, the site will be up and running again very soon. Thank you for your patience and we sincerely hope this has not caused any inconvenience for you. If you have any questions or comments regarding this site please do not hesitate to e-mail us at any time. Enjoy "The Gastro Corner" in the meantime and we will be back up very soon! Thanks! Web Person!
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124. Leverbetændelse-Hepatitis
Om symptomer , typer og behandling, samt komplikationer.
Sponsor: Overlæge, Jens D. Lundgren Hepatitis (leverbetændelse)
  • Hvad er hepatitis ?
Når leveren bliver smittet med mikroorganismer eller påvirket af medicin (mest frygtet er overdosis af paracetamol), over måde stort alkohol indtag eller giftige levnedsmidler (fx svampe) udvikles der en betændelse i leveren. Der findes en række virus arter som specifikt rammer leveren – de såkaldte hepatitis virus. Der findes en række af disse hepatitis virus, som benævnes alfabetisk, altså A, B, C, etc. Selv om virus navnene ligner hinanden, er forløbet af hepatiten yderst forskelligt, og det er væsentligt at holde dem adskilt når man snakker om en virus hepatitis.
  • Hvad er symptomerne på hepatitis ?
Det klassiske tegn er gulsot (icterus). Gulsoten kan enten udvikle sig lige når hepatiten opstår, eller længere hende i forløbet af en kronisk hepatitis (se komplikationer til hepatitis) som regel i forbindelse med at hepatiten har medført skrumpe lever. Når gulsoten udvikler sig vil patienten typisk også føle sig træt , og klage over at afføringen bliver lysere og urinen mørk. Nogle klager over smerter fra leveren (sidder lige under ribbenene på højre side af maven fortil). I nogle tilfælde er træthed det eneste symptom på hepatiten.

125. Facts About Hepatitis A For Adults
hepatitis A is a highly contagious viral infection of the liver. The effects of hepatitis A infection differ from person to person.
Facts About Hepatitis A For Adults
What is hepatitis A?
Hepatitis A is a highly contagious viral infection of the liver. The virus is found in the stool of infected people. The illness is usually spread by a fecal-oral route, or by putting something in the mouth that was contaminated by the stool of a person with the disease. Symptoms
The effects of hepatitis A infection differ from person to person. Generally, the older the person, the more severe the symptoms. Symptoms may include fever, nausea, vomiting, jaundice (yellowing of the skin and eyes), diarrhea, fatigue, abdominal pain, dark urine and appetite loss. Respiratory symptoms, rashes and joint pain may also develop. The average time between exposure to the hepatitis A virus (HAV) and the development of symptoms is about 28 days. Symptoms commonly last for about 4 weeks, but in 20% of people who get the disease, the symptoms may return and continue on and off for up to 15 months. There is no specific treatment for hepatitis A once it is contracted. Prevention
There is a vaccine to protect against HAV infection. Two doses are needed 6 to 12 months apart to ensure long-term protection. International travelers should get the first dose at least 4 weeks prior to their departure.

126. << Hepatitis C 2000 >> - Sitio Realizada Por Infectados, Con Informacion Complet
Informaci³n y foros sobre hepatitis c,autoinmune y co infeccion vih hcv, realizado por infectados de diferentes pa­ses.
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Hepatitis C 2000 Usuario: REGISTRATE!: CLIC AQUI
Desde Hepatitis C 2000 trabajamos con
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Red Mundial de Emergencias Gracias a las cooperativas CALP y TELPIN LCC que con su solidaridad, hacen posible este proyecto de vida.

127. Facts About Hepatitis B For Adults
hepatitis B is caused by a highly contagious virus that infects the liver. The hepatitis B virus (HBV) is hardy and can live outside the body for
Facts About Hepatitis B For Adults
What is hepatitis B?
Hepatitis B is caused by a highly contagious virus that infects the liver. It affects all age groups and can lead to liver disease, liver cancer and death in many of those afflicted. The virus is found in the blood and body fluids of infected people and can be spread through sexual contact, the sharing of needles or razors, from mother to infant during birth, and by living in a household with a chronically infected person. The hepatitis B virus (HBV) is hardy and can live outside the body for several days. Prevention
Safe, effective hepatitis B vaccines are available. The vaccines are used to protect everyone from newborn babies to older adults. The vaccination series, generally given as 3 doses over a 6 month period, protects those at risk and contributes to the elimination of this silent, highly infectious killer. The hepatitis B vaccine is recognized as the first anti-cancer vaccine because it can prevent liver cancer caused by hepatitis B infection. Symptoms
Hepatitis B is a "silent disease" that often affects many people without making them feel sick. If you do get sick from hepatitis B, the symptoms may be like the "flu." You may lose your appetite, feel extremely tired, have stomach cramps and vomit. If you are more seriously ill, your skin and eyes may turn yellow (jaundiced) and you may need hospitalization. There is no specific treatment for hepatitis B once it is contracted.

128. Medical Writers' Circle
Article about basic liver functions, enzymes, and common blood tests. Includes which tests actually indicate liver function.
Back to Medical Writers' Circle The Importance of Laboratory Test Results in Hepatitis C Infection David Bernstein, MD, FACP, FACG
Director of Hepatology
North Shore University Hospital
Associate Professor of Medicine
SUNY-Downstate School of Medicine Most people with hepatitis C feel well and have no specific findings on physical examination that would lead a health care provider to suspect liver disease. Even the vast majority of people with liver disease that has advanced to cirrhosis have a normal physical examination. Therefore, the evaluation and treatment of liver disease, in particular hepatitis C, places a large emphasis on laboratory tests results to diagnose, stage and predict and evaluate response to therapy. Cholestatic liver disease is any condition leading to the obstruction of bile ducts in either the liver or biliary tree. Elevation of the enzymes alkaline phosphatase and gamma-glutamyl transpeptidase are indicative of this type of disease. Conditions that commonly lead to the elevation of these enzymes include primary biliary cirrhosis, primary sclerosing cholangitis and gallstone disease. Bilirubin is the final breakdown product of heme, the majority of which comes from hemoglobin. Bilirubin can be elevated in many liver-related and non-liver- related conditions and it may be elevated in conditions which lead to liver cell damage and cholestasis. The level of serum bilirubin is not a sensitive indicator of liver function and it may not accurately reflect the degree of liver damage.

129. Hepatitis News
hepatitis News continually updated from thousands of sources around the net.
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Hepatitis News

130. Be In Charge
Free support service for patients with hepatitis C who are on Rebetron Combination Therapy or Intron A. Provides information about eligibility and links to additional resources. Program materials are available in English or Spanish.

131. EMedicine - Hepatitis : Article By Adrienne M Buggs, MD, FACEP
hepatitis hepatitis is a general term that refers to inflammation of the liver. This condition may result from various infectious and noninfectious
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Last Updated: April 8, 2005 Rate this Article Email to a Colleague Synonyms and related keywords: hepatitis A, HAV, epidemic hepatitis, infectious hepatitis, short-incubation hepatitis, virus A hepatitis, viral hepatitis type A, hepatitis B, HBV, viral hepatitis type B, long-incubation hepatitis, serum hepatitis, transfusion hepatitis, virus B hepatitis, hepatitis C, HCV, viral hepatitis type C, hepatitis D, viral hepatitis type D, delta hepatitis, hepatitis E, viral hepatitis type E, liver disease, liver, inflammation of the liver, hepatic failure, hepatic disease, infectious hepatitis, noninfectious hepatitis, drug-induced hepatitis, autoimmune hepatitis, liver transplantation, liver transplant AUTHOR INFORMATION Section 1 of 10 Author Information Introduction Clinical Differentials ... Bibliography
Author: Adrienne M Buggs, MD, FACEP

132. - 530 Hepatitis Cases Linked To Restaurant - Nov. 20, 2003
International Edition MEMBER SERVICES The Web Home Page World U.S. Weather ... Autos SERVICES Video E-mail Newsletters Your E-mail Alerts RSS ... Contact Us SEARCH Web
530 hepatitis cases linked to restaurant
Story Tools HEALTH LIBRARY Health Library What is hepatitis A? Digestive system PITTSBURGH, Pennsylvania (AP) The number of cases of hepatitis A linked to a Mexican restaurant rose to 530 Wednesday, but state health officials said the outbreak has slowed considerably since last week, when dozens of new cases were being reported daily. Secretary of Health Calvin Johnson said officials still haven't determined whether tainted green onions are behind the outbreak at the Chi-Chi's restaurant, but were continuing to investigate. Although at least one person reported contracting the disease after eating at the Beaver Valley Mall restaurant northwest of Pittsburgh as early as September 20, hundreds of cases have been linked to people who ate there in the first week of October, officials said. YOUR E-MAIL ALERTS Follow the news that matters to you.

133. EMedicine - Hepatitis A : Article By Richard Gilroy, MD, FRACP
hepatitis A One of the more common causes of acute hepatitis is hepatitis A virus (HAV). Since the application of accurate serologic investigations in the
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Last Updated: August 11, 2004 Rate this Article Email to a Colleague Synonyms and related keywords: infectious hepatitis, hepatitis A virus, HAV, hepatitis B virus, HBV, hepatitis C virus, HCV, hepatitis D virus, HDV, hepatitis E virus, HEV, Picornaviridae, fulminant hepatic failure, hepatomegaly, jaundice AUTHOR INFORMATION Section 1 of 10 Author Information Introduction Clinical Differentials ... Bibliography
Author: Richard Gilroy, MD, FRACP , Fellow, Department of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Section of Liver Transplantation and Hepatology, University of Nebraska Medical Center Coauthor(s): Sandeep Mukherjee, MD , Assistant Professor, Department of Internal Medicine, Section of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, University of Nebraska Medical Center Editor(s): George Y Wu, MD, PhD

134. Sino Biopharmaceutical Ltd.
Corporate information on treatments for ophthalmia, hepatitis, dermatitis, angiopathy and illnesses associated with aging, from Beijing, China.

135. Health On The Net (HON): Hepatitis B Virus Overview's Introduction
Report on hepatitis B, list of links related. The following documents related to hepatitis B have been elaborated for informative purpose only.
Hepatitis B Virus (HBV) Overview
Hepatitis B

Version 4.1

is now available. The following documents related to hepatitis B have been elaborated for informative purpose only. They have been wrtitten by Stuart Millinship and posted to the mailing list HEPV-L . The Hepatitis B Report has been elaborated to answer frequently asked questions about this disease. Before going futher, please read the Introduction explaining the goal of this report, its content, as well as the Introduction This document aims to improve understanding and answer some questions you may have about hepatitis B. This document contains additional information on new drugs, complimentary medicine, cirrhosis and the start of a glossary. This document deals with hepatitis B, this is a specific form of hepatitis and should not be confused with other types where symptoms, treatment and prognosis may differ. There are many similarities between various forms of hepatitis so others may find this useful but there are also many differences, if you require information about other forms of hepatitis please consult appropriate sources of information although I hope you may find the information within this document useful. The information contained within in is in some cases facts, opinion, and simplified to aid understanding and convey a concept. NONE of it should be relied upon as expert opinion. This FAQ is provided as-is, without any express or implied warranties. Please consult a medical practitioner, medical text books or journals for any to verify and/or obtain further information. That said there are many medical terms used within this document and a medical dictionary and or text book may be useful in aiding understanding.

136. HON: Hepatitis B V4.1 - Index
The following documents related to hepatitis B have been elaborated for informative This HTML version of the hepatitis B report may not be included in
Hepatitis B Version 4.1 The following documents related to hepatitis B have been elaborated for informative purpose only. They have been written by Stuart Millinship This report has not been written by the Health On the Net Foundation's team and the Foundation is not responsible for the content of the Hepatitis B report.
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Index / Full index
Introduction Hepatitis B virology and Immunology ... Appendixes
This HTML version of the Hepatitis B report may not be included in commercial collections or compilations without express permission from both the author and the Health On the Net Foundation. The original text version can be obtained from the author, Stuart Millinship
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137. Our Chat Room And Message Boards
Learn about HCV treatments, and talk to those who are living with HCV daily.
Home Our Chat Room a nd Message Boards When you first visit Janis and Friends Support Forum you will need to fill out a quick registration in order to enter our chat room. This is free, and only just takes a few minutes. Or you can enter our support forum as our guest. Enter as Guest (Preview our forums without posting messages, once there just click on the grey message tab on top of our support page ) . This will not require any registration. Already a Member? Click here. Please see the registration form listed below in order to enter our chat room, or post messages on our message boards . Also Please take a few minuets to read our rules of conduct before posting on our message boards or entering our chat room Chat times Our chat room opens at 4: PM eastern, 7 days a week Click Below and View Pictures of our Members The Friendly Faces of Janis and Friends Active Chat! members chatting. Join us in this place for those who have formed friendships through having Hepatitis C and gone through the difficult times we go through because of having this disease. When we go through any phase of this together it bonds us to each other
Come talk to old friends, and make new ones.

138. Hepatitis Connections International
Consensus Development Program, NIH, US Management of hepatitis C Gastroenterology and Hepatology Specialists Hiv and hepatitis.Com Treatment Information
Hepatitis Connections
Important And Informational Hep- Links Advice to Carriers
ALF Delaware Valley Chapter Home Page

American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases (AASLD)

American Liver Foundation
- Liver Diseases
Consensus Development Program, NIH, U.S.
Management of Hepatitis C
Gastroenterology and Hepatology Specialists

Hiv and Hepatitis.Com
- Treatment Information
Hepatitis Foundation International

Hepatitis C Outreach Project

Hepatitis C - the Facts
Hepatitis C Therapy, Gary L. Davis, MD, University of Florida ... Hepatitis C - NLM bibliography Hepatitis Doctor Homepage Hepatitis, NewsPage Hepatitis - Weekly ( Commercial ) Hepaxpert, MED-EXPERT the world leading hepatitis serology expert system Hepatocellular carcinoma, University of Pisa Information for patients Bennet D. Cecil,MD Liver Transplant FAQs Minnesota Chapter of the American Liver Foundation Newsletter on the control of viral hepatits for health professionals ... The Hans Popper Hepatopathology Homepage ( Not just for doctors only ) The ABC of Hepatitis ( Don't forget to have some fun! )

139. Hepatitis C-Selbsthilfe Ludwigshafen
Informationen zur Erkrankung sowie Terminen und spezielle Seite f¼r Blinde und Sehbehinderte.

140. Hepatitis C Forum - English Homepage
hepatitis C Forum International Homepage is a source of information about the rising epidemic hepatitis C. What it is, treatments, medical and layman s

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