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Hepatitis E Virus IgG in Serum of Pregnant Women
Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology Research
BACKGROUND: The prevalence of anti-HEV in Egypt is among the highest of any country in the world. The outcomes of pregnancy in infected women need to be delineated. AIM: To screen pregnant females for hepatitis E IgG and to assess the effect of HEV IgG on the pregnancy outcome. METHODS: 142 consecutive pregnant women were subjected to full history-taking, thorough clinical examination, abdominal ultrasonography and IgG antibody to HEV using ELISA kits. HEV avidity index was estimated fordoi:10.17554/j.issn.2224-3992.2017.06.716 fatcat:z7mefhtc2jhpjcgmhatxtmg2su