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Table 1 Demographic and clinical data in patients infected with HCV and occult hepatitis B. Rio de Janeiro, 2018

From: Cytokine profile during occult hepatitis B virus infection in chronic hepatitis C patients

Categorical variables N %
Gender
 Female 06 54.5
 Male 05 45.5
Fibrosis stage
 F2 02 18.2
 F4 09 81.8
Genotype HCV
 1a 05 45.5
 1b 04 36.4
 3a 02 18.2
Genotype HBV
 A1 01 9.1
 A2 02 18.2
 ND 08 72.7
Continuos variables Mean SD
Age (years) 65.64 6.89
Viral Load (log) 3.36 1.01
ALT* 62.91 29.92
AST* 72.09 41.95
GGT* 76.64 64.02
BT* 0.67 0.27
Copies/mL—HBV 1.76E + 07 4.56E + 07
IU/mL** 32,851.90 80,988.23
Continuos variables Median P25–75
Age (years) 66 62–69
Viral Load (log) 3.26 2.61–3.71
ALT* 68 39–76
AST* 71 33–109
GGT* 65 38–94
BT* 0.80 0.40–0.90
Copies/mL—HBV 1.03E + 04 2.26E + 03–8.50E + 04
IU/ml** 1839.5 403–5178.1
  1. SD standard deviation, ND not determined, P25 25th percentile, P75 75th percentile
  2. *AST (alanine aminotransferase)—Reference values in chronic hepatitis: < 31 U/L (women) and 37 U/L (men); *ALT (alkaline phosphatase)—Reference values in chronic hepatitis: < 31 U/L (women) and < 41 U/L (men); *GGT (gamma-glutamyl transferase) – Reference values 8–61 U/L (men) and 5–36 U/L (women); *BT (total **1 copies/ml. corresponds to 5.26 IU/ml)