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Cirrhosis in Hepatitis B

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Chronic hepatitis B infection often results in chronic viral hepatitis, liver cell dysplasia (as seen here), and cirrhosis. The damaged hepatocytes are enlarged with marked nuclear atypia, inhomogeneous chromatin, focally prominent nucleoli and intranuclear inclusions, ground-glass cytoplasm (containing abundant hepatitis B surface antigen particles), and bile pigment accumulation.

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