Mar 4, 2002
Are Cryoglobulins present with acute hepatitis C or are they typically associated with a chronic infection?
| Response from Dr. Dieterich
That's an easy one. So far they are only associated with chronic hepatitis C. They are relatively rare, but virtually always associated with HCV. DTD
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