Hepatitis B virus infection is a relevant health problem with more than 400 million infected people worldwide. Our aim was to analyze quality of life of hepatitis B virus surface antigen-positive patients in inactive status or treated with antivirals.

Quality of life of hepatitis B virus surface antigen-positive patients with suppressed viral replication: comparison between inactive carriers and nucleot(s)ide analog-treated patients / Simonetti, Giulia; Gitto, Stefano; Golfieri, Lucia; Gamal, Nesrine; Loggi, Elisabetta; Taruschio, Gianfranco; Cursaro, Carmela; Nunzella, Serena; Grandi, Silvana; Andreone, Pietro. - In: EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF GASTROENTEROLOGY & HEPATOLOGY. - ISSN 0954-691X. - 30:1(2018), pp. 14-20. [10.1097/MEG.0000000000000999]

Quality of life of hepatitis B virus surface antigen-positive patients with suppressed viral replication: comparison between inactive carriers and nucleot(s)ide analog-treated patients

Gamal, Nesrine;Cursaro, Carmela;Andreone, Pietro
2018-01-01

Abstract

Hepatitis B virus infection is a relevant health problem with more than 400 million infected people worldwide. Our aim was to analyze quality of life of hepatitis B virus surface antigen-positive patients in inactive status or treated with antivirals.
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Quality of life of hepatitis B virus surface antigen-positive patients with suppressed viral replication: comparison between inactive carriers and nucleot(s)ide analog-treated patients / Simonetti, Giulia; Gitto, Stefano; Golfieri, Lucia; Gamal, Nesrine; Loggi, Elisabetta; Taruschio, Gianfranco; Cursaro, Carmela; Nunzella, Serena; Grandi, Silvana; Andreone, Pietro. - In: EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF GASTROENTEROLOGY & HEPATOLOGY. - ISSN 0954-691X. - 30:1(2018), pp. 14-20. [10.1097/MEG.0000000000000999]
Simonetti, Giulia; Gitto, Stefano; Golfieri, Lucia; Gamal, Nesrine; Loggi, Elisabetta; Taruschio, Gianfranco; Cursaro, Carmela; Nunzella, Serena; Grandi, Silvana; Andreone, Pietro
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