Association of paraoxonase activity and atherosclerosis in patients with chronic hepatitis B
Baran, Ali İrfan
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Background: The hepatitis B virus is a significant pathogen that causes cirrhosis, and hepatocellular cancer as a result of the damage it causes to liver cells. Its infection affects more than 400 million people globally. Although there is an effective vaccine and treatment methods, almost 1, 000, 000 people die every year.