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Title :[原著]粟国村におけるHBV感染の疫学
Title alternative :The Epidemiological Study on Hepatitis B Virus Infections in Aguni Village, Okinawa
Authors :佐久川, 廣
嘉手納, 啓三
親川, 富憲
上原, 正照
浦崎, 政仁
川木, 忠仁
金城, 福則
小張, 一峰
川平, 稔
馬場, 清
津田, 文雄
真弓, 忠
Authors alternative :Sakugawa, Hiroshi
Kadena, Keizo
Oyakawa, Tominori
Uehara, Masateru
Urasaki, Masahito
Kawaki, Tadahito
Kinjo, Fukunori
Kobari, Kazumine
Kawahira, Minoru
Baba, Kiyoshi
Tsuda, Fumio
Mayumi, Makoto
Authors affiliation :琉球大学医学部医学科第一内科学教室
Issue Date :1984
Publisher :琉球大学医学部
Type Local :雑誌掲載論文
Type (NII) :Journal Article
ISSN :0289-1530
Abstract :The examinations of sera for HBV markers and the liver function tests were carried out on 343 inhabitants (29% of the whole population) in Aguni Village, Okinawa. The RPHA technique was used for determination of HBsAg and the PHA for HBsAb. HBsAg was found in 3.8% of examinees and HBsAb in 37%. Further studies by usig the Enzyme immunoassay for HBeAg and HBeAb and the determination of subtype by Radioimmunoassay were performed on HBsAg positive sera. Two HBeAg positive cases and 10 HBeAb positive were found among them and all cases belonged to the subtype adw. Two cases with HBeAg showed abnormal results of the liver function tests such as elevated value of s-GOT (≧40KU/ml) and/or s-GPT (≧35KU/ml), while no abnormal findings in 10 cases with HBeAb. It was been noticed that there was a remarkable difference of the results of the liver function tests between the HBsAg positive bnd negative groups; the former showed abnormal value in 23% and latter only in 1.8%.
Rights :琉球医学会
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12001/2370
Citation :琉球大学医学会雑誌 : 医学部紀要 = Ryukyu medical journal Vol.7 no.4 p.189 -193
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