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Hepatitis E


Historyedit]. The most recent common ancestor of Hepatitis E evolved between 536 and 1344 years ago. It diverged into two clades—an ...

Hepatitis E: Historical, contemporary and future perspectives.


Hepatitis E was suspected for the first time in 1980 during a waterborne epidemic ... Hepatitis E virus*/pathogenicity; History, 20th Century; History, 21st Century ...

Discovery of hepatitis E: the epidemic non-A, non-B hepatitis 30 ...


Feb 12, 2011 ... Hepatitis E was first recognised during an epidemic of hepatitis, which ... Hepatitis E virus/physiology*; History, 20th Century; History, 21st ...

Self-limited means that a disease usually requires no medical treatment and will eventually be healed by the body's immune system. However, like any acute hepatitis, symptoms of hepatitis E are usually flu-like causing fever, abdominal pain, nausea, muscle and joints a... More »
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Hepatitis E: Epidemiology and Natural History


Jun 10, 2013 ... Hepatitis E is a disease caused by infection with hepatitis E virus (HEV). The virus has four genotypes, named 1 to 4, with one shared serotype.

WHO | Hepatitis E


Every year there are an estimated 20 million hepatitis E infections, over 3 million symptomatic cases of hepatitis E, and 56 600 hepatitis E-related deaths.

Hepatitis E Virus Infection - Clinical Microbiology Reviews


Jan 1, 2014 ... SUMMARY Hepatitis E virus (HEV) infection is a worldwide disease. An improved understanding of the natural history of HEV infection has ...

Pathogenesis and natural history of hepatitis E. - Viral Hepatitis ...


HEPATITIS E: NATURAL HISTORY AND. PATHOGENESIS. K. Krawczynski. Division of Viral Hepatitis. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Atlanta, GA ...

Evolutionary History and Population Dynamics of Hepatitis E Virus


Dec 17, 2010 ... It has been suggested that hepatitis E is zoonotic, but no study has analyzed the evolutionary history of HEV. We present here an analysis of ...

Popular Q&A
Q: Who discovered hepatitis E?
A: Sadly, on the 2 links I've checked out, including Wikipedia, there is no source of who discovered it. I am in the medical field and this is the first I've heard... Read More »
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Q: Who discovered hepatitis E?
A: MS Balayan, in 1983, identified the virus. See the web reference in "related links" for more information on this history. prior answer. Sadly, on the 2 links I'... Read More »
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Q: What is hepatitis E?
A: n. A self-limited, acute infection of the liver caused by an RNA virus, having symptoms similar to those of hepatitis A and spread via contaminated drinking wat... Read More »
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Q: What is history, case, hepatic disease?
A: n As part of the process of taking a medical history, practitioner should ask patient for details of and occurrences of liver disease or drug metabolism problem... Read More »
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Q: What Is Hepatitis E?
A: Hepatitis E is one of five viruses that have a tendency to infect the liver and cause acute viral hepatitis. As a disease, it is very similar to. hepatitis A. H... Read More »
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