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  1. ... 2019 ; Next update: 2022. In most adults, an acute hepatitis B infection will usually clear up on its own, ... cells but they don’t cause any problems. Acute hepatitis B infections only very rarely lead to long-term ...
  2. ... A randomized controlled trial of lamivudine to treat acute hepatitis B. Hepatology. 2007; 45 (1):97–101. [ PubMed : 17187417 ] ... of efficacy of lamivudine in patients with severe acute hepatitis B. Dig Dis Sci. 2010; 55 (3):775–83. [ ...
  3. ... few weeks to 6 months. This is called acute hepatitis B. Acute hepatitis B does not cause any lasting problems. ... These tests can help diagnose: A new infection (acute hepatitis B) A chronic or long-term infection (chronic hepatitis ...
  4. ... have symptoms than younger children. Some people with acute hepatitis B have symptoms 2 to 5 months after infection. ... problems can hepatitis B cause? In rare cases, acute hepatitis B can cause liver failure. Chronic hepatitis B can ...
  5. ... than younger children.</p> <p>Some people with acute hepatitis B have symptoms 2 to 5 months after infection. ... hepatitis B cause?</h3> <p>In rare cases, acute hepatitis B can cause liver failure.</p> <p>Chronic hepatitis ...
  6. ... Hepatitis B Hepatitis B is a liver disease. Acute hepatitis B infection is a short-term illness that can ...
  7. ... the vaccine. Infants born to mothers who have acute hepatitis B or have had the infection in the past ...
  8. ... it can lead to a serious, lifelong illness. Acute hepatitis B infection is a short-term illness that can ...
  9. ... 18 months. Infants born to mothers who have acute hepatitis B or have had the infection in the past ...
  10. ... disease worse in people who have either recent (acute) or long-term (chronic) hepatitis B. It can even cause symptoms in people who ... infection. A liver transplant for end-stage chronic hepatitis B may be effective.
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