Hepatitis E virus infection in Turkey: a systematic review.

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hepatitis B 1 infectiousdiseases
hepatitis C 1 infectiousdiseases
hepatitis E 3 infectiousdiseases

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hepatitis B 9947 children had symptoms and higher ALTCG Control group, C-S cross-sectional, NA not available, CHB chronic hepatitis B , CHC chronic hepatitis C, HD hemodialysisFor the remaining six studies, two were seroprevalence studies
hepatitis C 9972 higher ALTCG Control group, C-S cross-sectional, NA not available, CHB chronic hepatitis B, CHC chronic hepatitis C , HD hemodialysisFor the remaining six studies, two were seroprevalence studies including Turkish immigrants
hepatitis E 3450 represents another considerable hepatitis etiology with a prevalence of 5–27% [[9]].Hepatitis A and hepatitis E are endemic in the country. The first study reported HEV seroprevalence as 5.9% in 1993 [[10]]. Limited
hepatitis E 4348 search period was taken as 1980 to June 2017.The search was done using the terms of “Hepatitis E, hepatitis E virus, Turkey, Turkiye, Travel migrant” in the three databases in order to determine all publications
hepatitis E 14390 from reflecting the real situation. The seroprevalence of HEV is not exactly determined although acute hepatitis E is a reportable disease. This may be due to not using the HEV diagnostic tests commonly.Hepatitis E

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