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Laboratory Testing for Hepatitis A and E

Hepatitis E Virus Infection

Slide 17

September 2008

This is the typical serologic course of Hepatitis A infection. You can see that within three weeks of exposure to this viral infection it appears in the stool of the infected individuals and symptoms of viral hepatitis appear at the time when ALT and Hepatitis A IgM appear in the blood and then similarly with the decline of symptoms and Hepatitis A IgM, Hepatitis A-specific IgG appears in the serum.

Hepatitis E Virus Infection


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