Hepatitis B

How is Hepatitis B Diagnosed?

The Hepatitis B serology is necessary to obtain an accurate diagnosis of acute and chronic Hepatitis B. As with all liver diseases, even if a person feels fine, that is no guarantee that his/her liver is doing fine. In addition to a battery of blood tests and at least one imaging study (usually a sonogram), revealing the level of liver fibrosis will determine if treatment is necessary.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. "Hepatitis B Information for the Public" http://www.cdc.gov/hepatitis/B/index.htm Retrieved February 10, 2011

Dolan, Mathew, The Hepatitis Handbook. North Atlantic Books, 1999.

Palmer, MD, Melissa. Dr. Melissa Palmer’s Guide to Hepatitis & Liver Disease. New York: Avery Trade, 2004.

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