Region Type of virus Transmission Route Incubation Period Source of Infection Sign Symptom Complication Virulence Factor Dif. Diagnosis Epidemiology Prophylaxis
Hepatitis B Hepatitis B ( Hepadna Virus ) DNA virus * Parenteral route * Perinatal transmission * Sexual transmission 30 to 180 days Na * Acute - Prodromal - gradual onset of anorexia, malaise & fatigue Icteric - tender liver , jaundice , nausea, vomiting , pruritus , dark urine * Chronic * Cirrhosis * Hepatocellular carcinoma * Acute - Prodromal - gradual onset of anorexia, malaise & fatigue Icteric - tender liver , jaundice , nausea, vomiting , pruritus ,dark urine * Chronic * Cirrhosis * Hepatocellular carcinoma * Plasma derived & recombinant DNA HBV vcc
Hepatitis B Hepatitis B ( Hepadna Virus ) DNA virus * Parenteral route * Perinatal transmission * Sexual transmission 30 to 180 days Na * Acute - Prodromal - gradual onset of anorexia, malaise & fatigue Icteric - tender liver , jaundice , nausea, vomiting , pruritus , dark urine * Chronic * Cirrhosis * Hepatocellular carcinoma * Acute - Prodromal - gradual onset of anorexia, malaise & fatigue Icteric - tender liver , jaundice , nausea, vomiting , pruritus ,dark urine * Chronic * Cirrhosis * Hepatocellular carcinoma * Plasma derived & recombinant DNA HBV vaccines * HBlg