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Epidemiology of HCV infection in Central and Eastern Europe.
AIM OF STUDY is the estimation of prevalence of HCV infection in fourteen Central and Eastern European countries (CEEC). MATERIAL AND METHODS This review describes the comparative data of personsExpand
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[Prevalence of anti-HCV antibodies among adults in Poland--results of cross-sectional study in general population].
UNLABELLED According to WHO data, there are 130-170 million hepatitis C virus (HCV) infected persons world-wide. Data on the prevalence of HCV infection in Poland is still insufficient. OBJECTIVEExpand
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Hepatitis C virus epidemiology and prevention in Polish and Swiss population - similar and contrasting experiences.
OBJECTIVE The aim of the study was to review available data on HCV in Poland and Switzerland, in order to compare the two European countries with respect to epidemiological situation and efficiencyExpand
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Composition of inflammatory infiltrate and its correlation with HBV/HCV antigen expression.
AIM To study the composition of liver inflammatory infiltrate in biopsy material from patients chronically infected with hepatotropic viruses and to evaluate the correlation of inflammatoryExpand
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Factors associated with hepatitis C prevalence differ by the stage of liver fibrosis: A cross-sectional study in the general population in Poland, 2012-2016
Background & aims There is a considerable burden of hepatitis C in Europe related to the lack of prompt diagnosis. We aimed to estimate the prevalence and related risk factors of HCV infections byExpand
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High Seroprevalence of CMV Among Women of Childbearing Age Implicates High Burden of Congenital Cytomegalovirus Infection in Poland.
Cytomegaloviruses are common worldwide, with variable frequency of infections. The infection in pregnancy may lead to pregnancy loss or serious sequelae for the child. To understand the risk posed byExpand
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Is interleukin-8 an additional to histopathological changes diagnostic marker in HCV-infected patients with cryoglobulinemia?
PurposeThe aim of this study was to analyze histopathological changes in the liver and serum inflammatory cytokine level in hepatitis C virus (HCV)-infected patients with and withoutExpand
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[Anti-HCV and HCV RNA in patients with the primary Sjögren syndrome].
The subject of study were 104 patients with the primary Sjögren Syndrome (p. Sj. s.) in whom markers of hepatitis C infection were investigated. All the patients fulfilled the criteria of theExpand
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What affects response rates in primary healthcare-based programmes? An analysis of individual and unit-related factors associated with increased odds of non-response based on HCV screening in the
Objectives Response rate in public health programmes may be a limiting factor. It is important to first consider their delivery and acceptability for the target. This study aimed at determiningExpand
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