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Study of an epidemic of non-A, non-B hepatitis. Possibility of another human hepatitis virus distinct from post-transfusion non-A, non-B type.
  • M. Khuroo
  • Medicine
  • The American journal of medicine
  • 1 June 1980
A common source waterborne epidemic of viral hepatitis was studied in Kashmir valley over the six month period from November 1978 to April 1979. Highly sensitive serologic tests for hepatitis B andExpand
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Aetiology, clinical course and outcome of sporadic acute viral hepatitis in pregnancy *
summary. Hepatitis E causes large‐scale epidemics in endemic areas. The disease, during epidemics, has increased incidence and severity in pregnant women. Sporadic acute viral hepatitis (AVH) isExpand
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Incidence and severity of viral hepatitis in pregnancy.
A prospective field study was carried out during an epidemic of non-A non-B hepatitis for determining the incidence and severity of hepatitis in pregnant women, nonpregnant women of child bearing ageExpand
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Discovery of hepatitis E: the epidemic non-A, non-B hepatitis 30 years down the memory lane.
  • M. Khuroo
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Virus research
  • 1 October 2011
Hepatitis E was first recognised during an epidemic of hepatitis, which occurred in Kashmir Valley in 1978. The epidemic involved an estimated 52,000 cases of icteric hepatitis with 1700 deaths. TheExpand
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Hepatitis E virus infection may be transmitted through blood transfusions in an endemic area
Aim:  To address the issue of whether or not hepatitis E virus (HEV) is transmitted parenterally.
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Aetiology and prognostic factors in acute liver failure in India
Summary.  The early prognostic indicators for acute liver failure in endemic zones for hepatitis E virus have not been determined. All consecutive patients with acute liver failure from aExpand
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Acute sporadic non-A, non-B hepatitis in India.
A total of 293 sporadic cases of acute viral hepatitis were identified in Kashmir, India, from April 1979 to December 1981; 44 (15%) were found serologically to be hepatitis A, 94 (32%) hepatitis B,Expand
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Hepatitis E: Discovery, global impact, control and cure.
Hepatitis E was identified as an epidemic of non-A, non-B hepatitis from Kashmir, India in 1978. Hepatitis E virus (HEV), the etiological agent is the sole member of family Hepeviridae. The virus hasExpand
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Vertical transmission of hepatitis E virus
Little is known about vertical transmission of hepatitis E virus from infected mothers to their infants. We studied eight babies born to mothers infected with hepatitis E in third trimester. One babyExpand
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