Hepatitis, the leading indication for liver transplantation, is a straight-forward disease when it comes to diagnosis: it is a disease of pathology and is diagnosed by liver biopsy, with the result being either positive or negative. There is only one effective treatment: interferons. Nonetheless, new interferons are appearing on the market and Drs Foster and Goldin examine the use of each of these in the management of chronically infected patients. The authors have written a succinct, highly illustrated text for all those interested in the management of viral hepatitis.behavioral weight loss program, followed by different types of maintenance interventions over the subsequent year. ... Internet behavioral weight loss program that included the following arms: (1) no counseling, (2) computer- automatedanbsp;...
|Title||:||Management of Chronic Viral Hepatitis|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2002-09-26|