Published in Hepatitis Weekly, November 7th, 2005
"Liver enzymes fluctuate in chronic hepatitis C virus infection. However, the range that can be attributed to the course of hepatitis C virus (HCV) (versus an intercurrent cause of hepatitis) is unknown," scientists in the United States report.
S.H. Mehta and colleagues, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, conducted research "to characterize the range of liver enzyme values as a function of the upper limit of normal (ULN) of the assay among persons chronically infected with HCV."
Study participants included "one thousand and fifty-nine HCV...
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