5. All of the above

Hepatitis B viral serologies, lipase, and acetaminophen level are indicated with his transaminitis, hyperbilirubinemia, and leukocytosis. His lipase was 240 U/L and his acetaminophen level was <2.0 mcg/mL, eliminating pancreatitis and acetaminophen toxicity as causes of his presentation.

His hepatitis B viral serologies showed his HBsAg positive, anti-HB core antigen positive, and anti-HB surface antibody negative.

How do you interpret his hepatitis B serologies? (Click on the correct answer to proceed to the third of six pages)

  1. Active HBV infection
  2. Resolved HBV infection
  3. Resolved HBV infection
  4. Susceptible to hepatitis B infection
  5. Vaccinated against hepatitis B

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