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Clinical Observation of Viral Hepatitis.

Journal of the Korean Pediatric Society 1982;25(11):1097-1105.
Published online November 30, 1982.
Clinical Observation of Viral Hepatitis.
Han Ku Moon, Chang Moo Lee, Myung Hi Shin, Jee Sub Oh
Dept, of Pediatrics, Wallace Memorial Baptist Hospital, Busan,Korea
소아 바이러스성 간염의 임상적 관찰 특히 HBsAg 양성군과 옴성군의 비교관찰
문한구, 이창무, 신명희, 오지섭
부산 왈레스기념 침례회병원 소아과
We observed 197 cases of viral hepatitis who were admitted to the dept, of pediatrics in WMBH, Busan, from July ’78 to June ’81 and the following results were obtained. 1. Of 197 cases of viral hepatitis, 52(24.6%) were positive for HBsAg. 2. On admission, increased ESR was found in 58.6% of HBsAg negative group, and the mean value was 20.3+13.7 mm/hr. In HBsAg positive group normal ESR was seen in 78.8% and the mean value was 10.2±7.4 mm/hr(P = <0.001). 3. On admission, elevated TTT was found in 70.8% of HBsAg negative group, the mean value being 5.2±3.9 unit and in 29.2% of HBsAg positive group, the mean value being 3.7 ±3.5 unitl£^*C0.01). 4. cases oK HBsAg positive cases were followed up at OPD. HBsAg was found to become negapve within 4 weeks in 10 cases(40%) and within 8 weeks in 20 cases(80%). ^Conclusively E3R and TTT which are tested in the early stage of disease, may be helpful in the differentiation of the 2 types of viral hepatitis.
Key Words: Viral hepatitis, HBsAg, ESR, TTT, Disappearance of HBsAg

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