The patient had suffered from hepatitis B, and had received many treatments at that time. Recently, I had a physical examination. I want to see the health status of liver function and lung function. Do you need to take medicine? Please see the test sheet. Thank you first.
From the results of your report, hepatitis B virus load is negative and liver function is normal. CT on the upper abdomen does not indicate signs of liver cirrhosis, so your hepatitis B control is very good. If you are receiving antiviral therapy, please continue to take it. If there is no antiviral therapy, it is recommended to review every year. Lung CT indicates emphysema, which may be due to your long-term smoking
According to the question of consultation, there was a history of chronic hepatitis B, from the results of the test report: liver function was normal, blood routine was normal, liver, spleen and gallbladder ultrasound also showed no obvious abnormality, hepatitis B virus DNA quantitative one was normal, one was high, this situation did not need treatment, and regular examination.
At present, the examination indicates that the liver function is basically normal, and the viral load is lower than the lowest detection limit. If antiviral drugs are currently being applied, antiviral therapy is needed, because the goal of hepatitis B treatment is to maximize the persistent inhibition of virus replication and reduce the incidence of liver cirrhosis.