Chronic hepatitis B is a liver disease caused by a virus. Being a carrier of hepatitis B means that you are infected with the virus and can transmit it to others, but you may not have the disease
The causative agent for Hepatitis B is Hepatitis B virus.
No. There is no direct connection between HPV and Hepatitis.
Pancreatitis is the inflammation of the pancreas whereas hepatitis is the inflammation of the liver.
There is no harm or benefit from giving hepatitis B vaccine to someone with hepatitis B.
Hepatitis is inflammation in the liver caused by the virus hepatitis B.
The hepatitis B illness is caused by the hepatitis B virus, a species of the genus Orthohepadnavirus.
Usually caused by hepatitis B virus.
There's a Hepatitis B vaccine that can prevent it.
Since Hepatitis B vaccine only protects against Hepatitis B, the only thing the vaccine controls is Hepatitis B infections.
Hepatitis B, hepatitis C and AIDS
When your body is introduced to the Hepatitis B virus, the virus is considered the antigen (the surface antigen)and this should trigger your immune system to develop antibody against this antigen to destroy it. Most people do develop Hep B surface antibody when infected with the Hep B virus. Some people do not develop the antibodyand go on to have only circulating Hep B surface antigen - which means they are a carrier and can continue to have the virus and infection. For the majority of the population that develop the Hep B surface antibody, this conveys immunity to the virus for life.