1. A 30-year man presented with nausea,fever and jaundice of 5 days duration.The biochemical tests revealed a bilirubin of 6.7 mg/dl (Conjugated 5.0 mg/dl) with SGOT/SGPT(AST/ALT) of 1230/900 IU/ml.The serological tests showed presence of HBs Ag.IgM anti-HBc and HbeAg.The most likely diagnosis is :






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