hepatitis bcasebased hepatitis b management
Hepatitis Information Center
Sponsored by Postgraduate Institute for Medicine
Supported by GlaxoSmithKline
Hepatitis B Management: A Case-Based Approach is a continuing medical education (CME) program offering up-to-date information and clinical insights on diagnosis and treatment of Hepatitis B (HBV) (Hep B). The content includes lectures by four eminent hepatitis researchers and five interactive patient case studies.
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  1. Accreditation Statement
  2. Faculty Disclosure Statements
  3. Learning Objectives
  4. Lectures
    1. Introduction to Chronic Hepatitis B:
      Diagnosis, Clinical Features and Natural History
      Jules L. Dienstag, MD
    2. Current Therapy of Chronic Hepatitis B:
      Nucleoside and Nucleotide Analogs, Alone and in Combination
      Teresa L. Wright, MD
    3. Interferon Therapy for Chronic Hepatitis B
      Robert P. Perrillo, MD
    4. New Antiviral Therapies for Hepatitis B
      Anna S. F. Lok, MD
  5. Case Studies
    1. 32yo man with abnormal liver tests, no history of acute hepatitis
      Case Presentation: Jules L. Dienstag, MD
    2. 53yo man diagnosed with hepatitis B in 1990
      Case Presentation: Teresa L. Wright, MD
    3. 53yo Vietnamese woman with abnormal liver test,
      no signs of chronic liver disease on physical examination
      Case Presentation: Robert P. Perrillo, MD
    4. 62yo man of Greek origin presents with fatigue, otherwise healthy
      Case Presentation: Anna S. F. Lok, MD
  6. Post Test and Request for Credit available in Adobe Acrobat PDF format.