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  1. Update of the Management and Treatment of Hepatitis C Viral Infection, 2012 - Viral Hepatitis

    1) [18] Additional patient risk factors for increased fibrosis progression include male gender, obesity, steatosis, heavy alcohol use, age,

  2. Natural History of Hepatitis C - Viral Hepatitis

    the liver (steatosis), which is felt to be either a marker of or a contributor to oxidative stress in the liver.( 18, 19 Steatosis is linked

  3. Update of the Management and Treatment of Hepatitis C Viral Infection, 2012: Supplement - Viral Hepatitis

    response were: genotype (2 or 3 versus 1), low fibrosis score, previous treatment type, low viral load (600,000 IU/ml), steatosis or advanced

  4. Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease, Obesity and Viral Hepatitis - Viral Hepatitis

    Related Clinical Issues Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is the presence of hepatic steatosis (fat) in the absence of significant alcohol

  5. Update of the Management and Treatment of Hepatitis C Viral Infection, 2012: Appendix - Viral Hepatitis

    I, Level A). For patients with low viral load (HCV RNA 600,000 IU/ml), steatosis or advanced fibrosis, treatment beyond 24 weeks may improve response

  6. Update of the Management and Treatment of Hepatitis C Viral Infection, 2012: References - Viral Hepatitis

    GA, Purdie D et al. Fibrosis in chronic hepatitis C correlates significantly with body mass index and steatosis. Hepatology 1999; 29: 1215-9.

  7. Update of the Management and Treatment of Hepatitis C Viral Infection, 2012: Pretreatment Assessment - Viral Hepatitis

    1) 18 . Additional patient risk factors for increased fibrosis progression include male gender, obesity, steatosis, heavy alcohol use, age,