Baseline Demographic and Clinical Characteristics.
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Comparing HBsAg-positive to HBsAg-negative subjects.2
Elevated AST and ALT are defined as AST and ALT>40 IU/ml. ALT values are available for 47/48 HBsAg-positive, 19/20 HBeAg-positive, and 10/12 occult HBV subjects.3
HBV viral loads available for 11/12 occult HBV subjects.4
ALT and HBV viral loads available for 46/48 HBsAg-positive subjects, 18/20 HBeAg-negative, and 9/12 occult HBV subjects.5
FIB-4 score: Fibrosis 4 score, available for 687 HIV-positive but HBsAg-negative, 47/48 HBsAg-positive subjects, and 19/20 HBeAg-negative subjects.