Clin Case Rep Int | Volume 3, Issue 1 | Case Report | Open Access
Abi R1*, Elannaz H1, Khayar Y1, Elkhayat Y1, Bahadi M2, Elkochri S1, Tagajdid MR3 and Amine IL1Fulltext PDF
Hepatitis B virus is a chronic infection that affects immune system of host, and is fatal because of reactivation potential due to viral genome HBV. In this case study we discussed about a 65 years old male patient received prolonged immunosuppression therapy emphasized on risk factors and the mechanisms which induces the reactivation of HBV and helps to understand and quantify the risk of HBV reactivation and its consequences. We report an observation of an immunodeficient patient in whom viral B reactivation occurred one year after renal transplantation.
Reactivation of viral hepatitis B; Renal transplant patients; Immunosuppression
Abi R, Elannaz H, Khayar Y, Elkhayat Y, Bahadi M, Elkochri S, et al. Reactivation of Viral Hepatitis B in Renal Transplant Patients: A Case Report. Clin Case Rep Int. 2019;3:1117.