Acute hepatitis C virus infection: Diagnosis, pathogenesis, treatment.

Abstract

Diagnosing acute hepatitis C is still difficult. The disease is frequently asymptomatic and there are no specific diagnostic tests. Most frequently, diagnosis is based on anti HCV antibodies serum conversion and, more rarely, on a double serum conversion (initially HCV-RNA undetectable by RT-PCR, subsequently positive and serum conversion for HCV antibodies… (More)

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@article{Cruntu2006AcuteHC, title={Acute hepatitis C virus infection: Diagnosis, pathogenesis, treatment.}, author={Florin Alexandru Căruntu and Loredana Benea}, journal={Journal of gastrointestinal and liver diseases : JGLD}, year={2006}, volume={15 3}, pages={249-56} }