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When to say the sequelae of disease is complete resolution or chronicity
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resolution means the antigen disappears from the serum
chronicity means the antigen persists in the serum
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The presence of HBsAg more than 6 months define a chronice state.
The apperance of anti-HBsAb indicates resolution.
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