Hepatitis B virus, hepatitis A virus and persistently elevated aminotransferases in hemophiliacs.

@article{Gerety1980HepatitisBV,
  title={Hepatitis B virus, hepatitis A virus and persistently elevated aminotransferases in hemophiliacs.},
  author={RobertJ. Gerety and M. Elaine Eyster and Edward Tabor and JacquesA. Drucker and Charles J. Lusch and David Prager and Susan A. Rice and Herbert S. Bowman},
  journal={Journal of medical virology},
  year={1980},
  volume={6 2},
  pages={
          111-8
        }
}
To determine the exposure to hepatitis A and hepatitis B viruses (HAV, HBV) following intravenous replacement therapy in patients with classic hemophilia and to assess the role of these viruses in persistently elevated aminotransferases, sera were studied from 136 patients from 9 months to 67 years of age were transfused with either single-donor cryoprecipitate (CRYO) or Antihemophilic Factor Concentrate (AHF) for periods ranging from a few months to 15 years. Serologic evidence of past or… CONTINUE READING