Complete eTextbook Content:
Part I: Investigating the Liver
1. Noninvasive markers of fibrosis: how reliable are they?
2. Liver biopsy in chronic viral hepatitis: is there still life left in it?
3. Screening for hepatocellular carcinoma in viral liver disease: any new biomarkers on the horizon?
4. Realistic estimates of hepatitis C virus and hepatitis B virus disease burden
Part II: Today’s Therapies
Section 1: HCV
5. Acute hepatitis C: treat immediately or give a chance to spontaneously clear?
6. Is ribavirin alive or dead in the current era of HCV therapy?
7. Hepatitis C virus genotype and viral testing, and on‐treatment monitoring: necessary or overkill?
8. Treatment of hepatitis C virus in renal disease: can we use all the drugs without additional monitoring?
9. Does directly acting antiviral therapy improve quality of life?
10. Morbid obesity and hepatitis C: treat as normal or are there additional issues to consider?
11. Generic direct‐acting antiviral agents: do they work well?
12. Impact and management of patients with multiple hepatitis C virus genotypes
13. Hepatitis C virus and injecting drug use: what are the challenges?
14. Hepatitis B virus reactivation while on hepatitis C virus direct‐acting antiviral therapy: is that a real concern and when is it a concern?
15. Drug–drug interactions with direct‐acting antivirals: when do we need to care?
16. Treatment of hepatitis C in children
17. While direct‐acting antivirals are effective, are there any unique safety considerations?
18. Harm reduction strategies to prevent new infections and reinfections among people who inject drugs: how effective are they?
19. Hepatitis C virus therapy in advanced liver disease: treat or transplant and treat?
20. Hepatocellular carcinoma and hepatitis C virus: which should be treated first?
21. Should we incentivize patients to take hepatitis C virus therapy?
22. Treating prisoners with hepatitis C: should we do it and how?
23. Use of hepatitis C virus‐positive organs for uninfected recipients in the era of effective and safe direct‐acting antivirals: pros and cons
24. Is real‐life hepatitis C virus therapy as effective as in clinical trials?
Section 2: HBV, HDV, and HEV
25. Management of acute hepatitis B infection: when should we offer antiviral therapy?
26. Rethinking the inactive carrier state: management of patients with low‐replicative HBeAg‐negative chronic hepatitis B and normal liver enzymes
27. Hepatitis B e antigen‐positive chronic hepatitis B infection with minimal changes on liver biopsy: what to do next
28. The management of hepatitis B virus in pregnancy
29. Treatment of hepatitis B in children
30. Hepatitis B vaccine failures: how do we handle them?
31. The stopping rules in hepatitis B virus therapy: can we provide any guidance?
32. Hepatitis C and hepatitis B coinfection
33. Chronic hepatitis E virus infection: is it reality or hype and where does it matter?
34. Hepatitis E virus vaccines: have they arrived – when, where and for whom?
Part III: Clinical Set‐up and the Future
35. Do we need expert hepatitis C virus treaters or are amateur treaters good enough?
36. Hepatitis C vaccines: how close are we to the promised land?
37. Elimination of hepatitis C virus in high‐prevalence, low‐income countries: is it feasible?
38. Hepatitis B virus diagnostics: anything new?
Part IV: Ongoing Controversies
39. Is hepatocellular carcinoma risk impacted favorably or unfavorably by hepatitis C virus therapy with direct‐acting antivirals?
40. Global elimination of hepatitis C virus by 2030: the optimistic view
41. Global elimination of hepatitis C virus by 2030: the pessimistic view
Name: Clinical Dilemmas in Viral Liver Disease (Clinical Dilemmas (UK)) 2nd Edition
Author: Graham R. Foster, K. Rajender Reddy
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