Clinical manifestations of chronic hepatitis B

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Chronic hepatitis B is usually asymptomatic, whether or not it is active;Determine whether chronic hepatitis symptoms depend on the state of

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Chronic hepatitis B is usually asymptomatic, whether or not it is active;

Determine whether chronic hepatitis symptoms depend on the state of two diseases: the severity of hepatitis and liver disease progression;

If you have a serious hepatitis, symptoms may occur, mainly as a result of temporary fatigue, insomnia and jaundice, but also appetite loss;

If the liver disease is longer, even if the activity is not too serious hepatitis, there will be symptoms, mainly manifested as persistent fatigue, insomnia, jaundice and anorexia;

Severe hepatitis is the most important manifestation of hepatitis, which is characterized by extreme fatigue, progressive jaundice, abdominal distension, nausea, vomiting, personality change, abnormal behavior and so on;

Liver cirrhosis is the final progression of liver disease, mainly manifested as recurrent urinary output and ascites, upper gastrointestinal bleeding, diarrhea, fever and personality changes, behavioral abnormalities, etc.;

Severe hepatitis and cirrhosis can lead to decompensation of the liver, that is, the liver function can not support life, the need for drugs and other auxiliary means; prothrombin time has been extended and hepatic encephalopathy as a feature.

 

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