326 Pages
    by Garland Science

    This book aims to bridge the widening rift between clinical and molecular aspects of viral hepatitis by providing an up-to-date overview of the field. The focus is practical and covers the limitations of clinical diagnosis, the interpretation of tests bas

    GENERAL INTRODUCTION; Issues; Major viruses; Epidemiology - the paradox of viral hepatitis; Genetic variation; Serological diagnosis of acute and chronic viral hepatitis; Collection and storage of clinical samples; Clinical practice; Acute hepatitis; Chro


    E.A. Fagan. T.J. Harrison

    "This book is of manageable size and in paperback, and should be used on a regular basis by medical trainees and scientists..overall I found this book interesting and well written. Each chapter is clearly divided into separate sections, diagrams and gr