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Viral Hepatitis: Biological and Clinical Features, Specific Diagnosis, and Prophylaxis

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Second edition. Hollinger F. Blaine, Robinson William S., Purcell Robert H., Gerin John L., Ticehurst John. . 204 pages. New York: : Raven Press; ; 1990.. $78.00.

Ann Intern Med. 1991;114(10):917-918. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-114-10-917_6
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The field of viral hepatitis is rapidly advancing on many fronts from virology and molecular biology to treatments for chronic hepatitis. Virologists, epidemiologists, blood-bank directors, and clinicians interested in viral hepatitis must delve into all aspects of viral hepatitis to keep up with new developments. This task is formidable because of the large volume of publications in this broad area. With more than a thousand references, Viral Hepatitis provides a comprehensive, up-to-date review of the advances in viral hepatitis for clinicians, epidemiologists, and laboratory investigators.

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