Infeksi Hepatitis B Tersamar (Occult Hepatitis B Infection) dan Kanker Hati Primer

  • Eva Triani Fakultas Kedokteran Universitas Mataram

Abstract

Infeksi virus hepatitis B tersamar merupakan infeksi yang masih menjadi masalah karena prevalensinya yang cukup tinggi dan berpengaruh pada keselamatan terutama dalam praktik donor darah. Virus Hepatitis B merupakan virus yang paling sering ditransmisikan melalui transfusi dan terdapat kemungkinan transmisi berasal dari virus hepatitis B tersamar. Padahal, telah diketahui bahwa terdapat hubungan yang erat antara infeksi hepatitis B tersamar dan kejadian sirosis dan kanker hati primer.

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Published
2016-09-28
Section
Literature Review