Transient Elastography for Significant Liver Fibrosis and Cirrhosis in Chronic Hepatitis B: A Meta-Analysis.

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hepatitis B 957 Foshan, ChinaPublication date (collection): /2018Publication date (epub): 5/2018AbstractBackground The hepatitis B virus infection is a global health issue and the stage of liver fibrosis affects the prognosis in patients
hepatitis B 1089 global health issue and the stage of liver fibrosis affects the prognosis in patients with chronic hepatitis B (CHB). We performed the meta-analysis describing diagnostic accuracy of transient elastography (TE)
hepatitis B 2605 cirrhosis but has a suboptimal accuracy in the detection of significant fibrosis.1. IntroductionChronic hepatitis B virus infection continues to be a major public health issue worldwide with the prevalence of 3.61% [[1]].
hepatitis B 2800 prevalence of 3.61% [[1]]. As well known, liver fibrosis, one of the main prognostic factors in chronic hepatitis B (CHB), was associated with the risk of developing cirrhosis and cirrhosis-related complications [[2],
hepatitis B 6448 exclusion criteria were as follows: (i) the patients belonging to the pediatric population, hepatitis C/ hepatitis B virus coinfected patients, mixed chronic liver disease patients (but not CHB and nonalcoholic fatty
hepatitis B 25105 tracts1175NA0.1667.9/13.8NA/0.98AUROC, area under the receiver-operating curve; TE, transient elastography; HIV/HBV, hepatitis B and HIV-coinfected patients; METAVIR, liver biopsy assessed according to METAVIR or not; TE cut-off,
hepatitis C 6436 CriteriaThe exclusion criteria were as follows: (i) the patients belonging to the pediatric population, hepatitis C /hepatitis B virus coinfected patients, mixed chronic liver disease patients (but not CHB and nonalcoholic

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