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
Undetect HCV but still high lfts.
Awaiting HCV results
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