Baillieres clinical gastroenterology virus infections of the gut and liver m j g farthing bsc md frcp volume 4 issue 3 pages 593 792 september 1990 previous vol issue next vol issue actions for selected articles select all deselect all download pdfs export citations. This special issue of cgh focuses on the clinical management of several hepatic disorders including common conditions such as nonalcoholic fatty liver disease nafld and viral hepatitis and uncommon but difficult disorders such as autoimmune hepatitis and primary sclerosing cholangitis psc. Goals to determine the prevalence of four common infectious diseases hepatitis b hepatitis c human immunodeficiency virus hiv and tuberculosis as well as co infection rates and risk factors in a homeless population background the prevalence of infectious diseases especially viral hepatitis among the homeless population is largely unknown . The management of chronic viral hepatitis c is evolving rapidly monotherapy with interferon the accepted standard of treatment until recently achieves only a modest sustained virological response rate of 15. The hepatic pathogenesis section hps was established in 2010 to conduct translational research in the field of liver diseases particularly in the study of pathogenesis of acute and chronic viral hepatitis with the main goal of merging clinical medicine with basic research
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