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Markers for hepatitis B diagnosis

The symptoms described by the patient may make the specialist suspect a possible diagnosis of hepatitis B. However, confirmation is carried out by analyzing certain serological markers.

To do this, a blood test will be requested from the patient where the following markers will be measured:

HBs Ag
appears in the patient's plasma after 6-8 weeks from infection with the virus.
HBe Ag
appears just after HBs Ag and reports the infectivity index. This marker is present in both chronic and acute infections.
anti-HBc
refers to antibodies that fight against viral infection and persist over time if they are IgG-type antibodies. Instead, IgM antibodies disappear over time.

When the specialist is clear about the diagnosis of hepatitis B, he will proceed to indicate the best therapeutic option.

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Last Update: 01/20/2022