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Hepatitis Surveillance

Table of Contents

April 1996

  1. Introduction
  2. Use of Serologic Tests for Diagnosis
  3. Demographic Characteristics
  4. Epidemiologic Characteristics
  5. Advertisement
  6. Hepatitis A
  7. Hepatitis B
  8. Hepatitis C / NonA, NonB Hepatitis
  9. Discussion
  10. References

  • Figure 1. Serologic Tests to Diagnose Hepatitis, 1983-1993

  • Figure 2. Trends in Selected Risk Factors for Patients Reported with Hepatitis A, by Mutually Exclusive Groups, United States, 1983-1993

  • Figure 3. Trends in Selected Risk Factors for Patients Reported with Hepatitis B by Mutually Exclusive Groups, Males, Selected States, 1983-1993

  • Figure 4. Trends in Selected Risk Factors for Patients Reported with Hepatitis B by Mutually Exclusive Groups, Females, Selected States, 1983-1993

  • Figure 5. Trends in Selected Risk Factors for Patients Reported with Hepatitis C/NANB, by Mutually Exclusive Groups, Selected States, 1983-1993




  
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