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Physical activity as a protective factor against development of liver steatosis in patients infected with hepatitis C

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Different levels of physical activity and anthropometric profile in patients infected with hepatitis C virus

. E Silva L.dL.S., de Souza Fernandes M.S., de Lima E.A., de Lima R.E., de Moura P.M.M.F. (2018) Physical ac­tivity as a protective factor against development of liver steatosis in patients infected with hepatitis C. Biomed. Hum. Kinet., 10: 89-94. DOI: 10.1515/bhk-2018-0014. 7. El-Kader S.M.A., Al-Jiffri O.H. (2018) Impact of weight reduction on selected immune system response among Hepatitis C virus Saudi patients. African Health Sciences, 18(2): 417-427. DOI: 10.4314/ahs.v18i2.27. 8. Gómez-Sánchez L., García-Ortiz L., Recio

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