hepatitis d medical animation

Hepatitis Delta Virus Infection Animation

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Hepatitis D, also referred to as ‘hepatitis delta’, is a liver infection caused by the hepatitis D virus (HDV). Unlike other hepatitis viruses, HDV requires the presence of the hepatitis B virus (HBV) to thrive, making it a predominantly blood-borne inflammatory liver disease.

HPV Infection Medical Animation

This informative animation, developed for Gilead Sciences, delves into the mechanism of HDV infection, shedding light on the intricate pathways that contribute to its pathogenesis. It provides crucial insights into HDV, including its global infection rate, dependence on Hepatitis B surface antigen for propagation, interaction with hepatocytes, replication process, and the resulting liver diseases such as cirrhosis, liver failure, and hepatocellular carcinoma.

hpv infection liver medical animation

Designed as a powerful disease state education tool, the animation has a distinct and standalone appearance with a unique and captivating style, setting it apart from the mechanism of action (MoA) animation that Random42 also developed.

The primary goal of this animation is to educate healthcare professionals (HCPs) about HDV and its complexities. The video can be viewed online and serves as a valuable resource for healthcare professionals (HCPs) seeking information and facts related to HDV.


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This video is the property of Gilead Sciences, Inc.

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