Viral hepatitis test results and interpretations exposure type or risk factors approximate time from exposure hepatitis b surface antigen hbsag hepatitis b surface antibody this chart was developed by florida department of health bureau of public health laboratories and the hepatitis prevention program. For a full list of topics a z index viral hepatitis section navigation tp docs home viral hepatitis hepatitis e hepatitis a hepatitis b hepatitis c hepatitis d hepatitis e chart 01 statistics and surveillance surveillance summaries guidelines and forms disease burden. There also are viral hepatitis types d e and g the most important of these at present is the hepatitis d virus hdv also known as the delta virus or agent it is a small virus that requires concomitant infection with hbv to survive hdv cannot survive on its own because it requires a protein that the hbv makes the envelope protein also . A doctor will diagnose hepatitis a and hepatitis e by asking about risk factors taking a comprehensive patient history and doing a physical examination hepatitis a is diagnosed by a blood test hepatitis e is diagnosed by detection of the virus in the blood or stool request your next appointment through my chart
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