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Regarding cirrhosis? what is Tx

what is TX  ?
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TX means "treatment." It is just a short form used by medical professionals and many others to avoid writing out the long word.

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As stated by pooh55811 , TX means treatment .

you may also be interested to know for future that ..

BX means Biopsy

SVR means " sustained virological Response " / no virus detected after 12 or 24 weeks of completing treatment / also considered a cure  .

UD = undetected = no virus detected

GT = genotype

will update if i can remember more -:)
best wishes and warm regards

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CC = compensated cirrhosis
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