Gastroenterology MCQ 151

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Viral HepatitisRegarding viral hepatitis:

A. Hepatitis B virus (HBV) is a DNA non-enveloped virus

B. Infection with hepatitis C (HVC) has a lower rate of progression to chronic hepatitis

C. Liver pathology in acute viral hepatitis demonstrates specific findings for varoius types of hepatitis viruses.

D. HBcAG (core antigen) is considered a good marker of active viral replication and its persistence indicated continued infectivity, with a poor prognostic implication.

E. For hepatitis D virus ("delta agent") on the presence of HbsAg , the rate of the progression to chronic hepatitis is much higher in superinfection than in acute co infection.


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