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What was called acute catarrhal jaundice in years past later was identified as an infectious disease, presumably due to a virus. Still later, two forms of viral hepatitis were recognized, one retaining the name infectious hepatitis (IH), transmissible perorally or by transfusion of blood...
Three new cases of eccrine poroma are reported. Management depends on an accurate clinical diagnosis substantiated by histologic confirmation.
Tests for the presence of Australia or hepatitisassociated antigen (HAA) and antibody (anti-HAA) were performed on more than 25,000 serum specimens from more than 700 patients with viral hepatitis. Hepatitisassociated antigen was consistently present in sera from patients with MS-2...
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