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PROGNOSTIC MARKER OF LIVER FIBROSIS IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC VIRAL HEPATITIS B AND D.

Muazzam Abdukadirova, Aziza Khikmatullaeva, Erkin Musabaev and Nargiz Ibadullaeva*

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The diagnostic significance of WFA+-M2BP was assessed for establishing the degree of liver fibrosis and predicting the risk of developing liver chirrosis. We examined 41 naive patients with chronic viral hepatitis and viral liver chirrosis. The results of the conducted studies indicate that the serum LF marker WFA+-M2BP is useful in chronic viral hepatitis for assessing the degree of liver damage.

Keywords: chronic hepatitis B, D, HBV, HDV, liver fibrosis, liver cirrhosis, WFA+-M2BP, elastography.


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