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32yo man with abnormal liver tests, no history of acute hepatitis

Six months after his initial visit to his primary care physician, the patient presented to the liver specialist. Subsequent testing showed no substantive changes since the initial lab work. A liver biopsy showed moderately active hepatitis with a necroinflammatory histologic activity index score of 10/18 and a fibrosis score of 3/6.

Which would you do at this time?

  1. No treatment, monitor patient
  2. Begin treatment with antiviral therapy]


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