Hepatitis B antigen in ascitic fluid in cirrhosis.
histological picture was characterized by a massive, almost syncytial growth of reticulum cells with many Reed-Stemnberg cells, severe lymphocyte depletion, and albsence of eosinophils, plasma cells,… Expand
Presence of HBsAg in the bile of subjects with acute HBsAg viral hepatitis.
During acute HBsAg serum positive viral hepatitis, the surface antigen was not detectable in duodenal bile but was almost always present in gallbladder and hepatic bile when cholecystokinin was… Expand
Letter: absence of BHAg from cerebrospinal fluid during coma in fulminant hepatitis.
[Presence of hepatitis B antigen in the ascitic fluid of cirrhotic patients HB Ag positive].