D M Iarasheva

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On the basis of the results of the retrospective epidemiological analysis of hepatitis A morbidity for many years in the Leninabad (now Hojend) region of Tajikistan the possibility of the epidemiological diagnosis of fecal-oral hepatitis non A, non B, also known as hepatitis E, was confirmed. Analysis of the specific features of a sharp morbidity rise in(More)
In the period of reduced incidence of viral hepatitis in Tajikistan, January-December, 1990, 1562 patients with acute viral hepatitis (AVH) were examined in the first days of the jaundice phase (928 children under 14 years and 634 adults) in Dushanbe. Markers of hepatitis A, B, and D (HBsAg, anti-HA IgM, anti-HBc IgM, anti-delta IgM) were determined by(More)
A total of 2,217 blood serum samples taken from the population of some regions of the former USSR were studied for the presence of antibodies to hepatitis C virus (HCV) with the use of a commercial enzyme immunoassay system (obtained from Ortho, Japan). Perceptible changes in the detection rate of these antibodies throughout the territory of the former USSR(More)
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