ENDOCRINE DISEASES FOUND IN HEPATITIS C AS EXTRA HEPATIC MANIFESTATIONS
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Keywords

chronic viral hepatitis C, cytopathic effect, immune-mediated damage, autoimmune genesis, autoantibodies, extrahepatic manifestations, endocrine diseases, diabetes mellitus, thyreoglobulin, hypothyroidism

How to Cite

Bakieva, S., & Rakhimova, V. (2019). ENDOCRINE DISEASES FOUND IN HEPATITIS C AS EXTRA HEPATIC MANIFESTATIONS. Herald of Tashkent Medical Academy, (3 (31), 21-26. Retrieved from http://www.tma-journals.uz/index.php/ttaa/article/view/46

Abstract

Chronic hepatitis – is inflammation of the liver, which continues more than 6 months and the most frequent causes of chronic hepatitis are – hepatitis B and C viruses, autoimmune and drug hepatitis. In many patients, an asymptomatic increase in serum aminotransferase levels becomes the first sign of the disease. The consequences of acute illness can be chronic hepatitis, cirrhosis and primary liver cancer. Currently, the association of chronic hepatitis C with various extrahepatic manifestations is becoming topical. The systemic nature of the lesion observed in chronic hepatitis C reflects the generalized nature of the infection with the involvement of many organs and tissues in the pathological process, which makes it difficult to timely diagnose and treat the disease

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