Viral Activity Among Incidentally Detected Asymptomatic HBSAG Positive
Patients in Khartoum State
Abdelsalam Mohamed Ahmed1, Mohamed Kharief2, Ayoub Mustafa Omar Ali3, Musaab Mohamed Abdallah4* and Mohamed Alkhatem5
1MBBS MD MSc FRCP, Associate Professor of Internal Medicine, Department of
Internal Medicine, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences (OIU), Sudan
2Registrar of Internal Medicine, Sudan
3MBBS, MD Internal Medicine, Sudan
4MD Orthopaedics Associate department Karary University, Sudan
5MBBS, MD Orthopaedics, Department Karary University, Sudan
*Corresponding Author: MBBS, MD Orthopaedics, Associate Professor Karary University, Sudan.
May 11, 2022; Published: July 15, 2022
One of the commonest modes of detection of hepatitis-B virus (HBV) infection is incidental detection. Incidentally detected asymptomatic HBsAg (IDAHS) positive patients represent a heterogeneous group with variable serological and clinical profile. The aim is to study the viral activity of IDAHS positive patients.
Keywords:Asymptomatic HBSAG; Positive Patients; Viral Activity
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