Currently, serologic testing for hepatitisG is not available. … HepatitisG is rarely a cause of post-transfusion hepatitis. … No data exist on the treatment of patients with hepatitisG virus alone, since the role of hepatitisG in chronic viral hepatitis has not yet been determined.
HepatitisG virus infection in american patients with cryptogenic cirrhosis: No evidence for liver replication . … AB - It is unclear whether hepatitisG virus (HGV) can lead to chronic liver disease and cirrhosis. … PY - 1997 Y1 - 1997 N2 - It is unclear whether hepatitisG virus (HGV) can lead to chronic liver disease and cirrhosis.
HepatitisG viruses [ 6 ] GB virus C (GBV-C), formerly known as hepatitisG virus (HGV), is a lymphotropic human virus that is related to HCV. … The third virus, GBV-C, was later isolated from a human specimen (this was the new 'hepatitisG' virus separately identified in 1996). … G.
HepatitisG. … Risk Factors for HepatitisGHepatitisG is detected in between 1.5% and 3.2% of blood donors and is believed to be more common than hepatitis C. … HepatitisG may be transmitted sexually or through transfusions and exchange of body fluids.
Two hepatitis-associated viruses termed GB virus C (GBV-C) or hepatitisG virus (HGV) 6 have recently been isolated. … We conducted a prospective study to establish the role of the infection with both the hepatitis C virus (HCV) and the recently discovered hepatitisG virus (HGV) in liver … All of these results reinforce the argument that HGV might not be a hepatitis virus at all, as has been proposed recently by other investigators. 10 , 25 , 26 HepatitisG
GB virus C (hepatitisG) infection. … HepatitisG virus (HGV, also termed GBV-C) was recently discovered and resembles HCV, but more closely, the flaviviruses; the virus and its effects are under investigation
Louis encephalitis, hepatitisG and dengue. 13. … Louis encephalitis virus - causes encephalitis Dengue virus - causes dengue, a generalized viral infection HepatitisG virus - causes acute hepatitis via blood transfusions … HepatitisG virus being an example of the former instance (Pinho et al . 1999) and perhaps some human circoviruses (e.g., transfusion transmitted virus, TTV) of the latter