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  • Cryoglobulinemia due to chronic viral hepatitis infections is not a major problem in clinical practice 

    Christodoulou, D. K.; Dalekos, G. N.; Merkouropoulos, M. H.; Kistis, K. G.; Georgitsi, G.; Zervou, E.; Zachou, K.; Tsianos, E. V. (2001)
    Background: Essential mixed cryoglobulinemia (EMC) is a systemic disease frequently associated with chronic viral hepatitis. This study was conducted in order to assess the prevalence of EMC in patients with hepatitis B ...
  • Do alcohol-metabolizing enzyme gene polymorphisms increase the risk of alcoholism and alcoholic liver disease? 

    Zintzaras, E.; Stefanidis, I.; Santos, M.; Vidal, F. (2006)
    Case-control studies that have investigated the association between alcoholism and alcohol-induced liver damage and the ADH2, ADH3, CYP2E1, and ADLH2 polymorphisms have reported controversial or inconclusive results. Thus, ...
  • Fetomaternal alloimmunity as a cause of liver disease 

    Smyk, D.; Grammatikopoulos, T.; Daponte, A.; Rigopoulou, E. I.; Bogdanos, D. P. (2011)
    Fetomaternal alloimmune disease has traditionally been associated with haematological disease such as fetomaternal alloimmune thrombocytopaenia and Rh haemolytic anaemia, but is now known to also be organ specific. Alloimmune ...
  • Role of immunohistochemistry for hepatitis D and hepatitis B virus in hepatitis delta 

    Kabaçam, G.; Wedemeyer, H.; Savaş, B.; Keskin, O.; Dalekos, G.; Tabak, F.; Idilman, R.; Erhardt, A.; Yalçin, K.; Bozdayi, M. A.; Bozkaya, H.; Manns, M.; Dienes, H.; Yurdaydin, C.; Berg, T.; Böcher, W.; Bohle, H.; Buggisch, P.; Cornberg, M.; Ers̈oz, G.; Feyerabend, S.; Hinrichsen, H.; Manok, M.; Häussinger, D.; Herzog, W.; Hofmann, W. P.; Plein, K.; Hardt, H.; Porst, H.; Mederacke, I.; Rigopoulou, E. I.; Sentürk, H.; Wagner, E. K. V. (2014)
    Background & Aims: Immunohistochemical assessment of liver tissue in chronic delta hepatitis (CDH) is underinvestigated. Aim of the study was (i) to assess variables associated with hepatitis D antigen (HDAg), hepatitis B ...