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Comprehensive collection of resources on the five hepatitis viruses (A, B, C, D, and E) that cause liver disease.
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... of fact sheets for the public and the health professionals about hepatitis A which affects the liver, occurring in situations ranging from isolated cases ...
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Features symptoms, causes, tests, transmission, and treatment of viral hepatitis - A, B, and C - the distinct diseases that affect the liver.
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Explains how hepatitis is spread, the damage it can cause, and how to protect against it.
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Hepatitis is most commonly caused by one of three viruses. ... Hepatitis A ... This form is caused by the hepatitis A virus (HAV), which lives in the stools ...
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Information on Hepatitus and the differences in Hepatitis A B C D E F and G type viruses ... Hepatitis is is considered acute when it lasts less than 6 months ...
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Provides a clinical overview of the disease, its risk factors, consequences, diagnosis, and treatment options.
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Offers information about the liver condition and the viruses that cause it, plus links to organizations.
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Having received a blood transfusion before 1990 (hepatitis C blood test was not available) ... a newborn of a mother with hepatitis B or C (can be transmitted ...
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Information on vaccination, diagnosis, treatments, alerts, and caring for your liver.
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Public health awareness site hosted by Dr. C. Everett Koop and providing information about hepatitis C and the hepatitis C epidemic. Explains how the virus is ...
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Describes autoimmune hepatitis, the disease in which the body's own immune system attacks and causes inflammation of the liver.
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Information and support for people with dealing with Hepatitis C (HCV) infection.
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Wikipedia article explains the various forms of this disease, causes, symptoms, ... Alcoholic hepatitis evident by fatty change, cell necrosis, Mallory bodies ...
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Information about hepatitis B and C from the American Academy of Family Physicians. ... .org Home > Conditions A-Z > Infections > Hepatitis B. Advanced Search ...
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Provides information about the symptoms, modes of transmission, at-risk populations, prevention, and treatment of hepatitis A through E. Includes a list of ...
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Overview of hepatitis, the various causes, and tests to detect it ... Hepatitis is an inflammation of the liver that can be caused by viruses, ...
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Hepatitis A does not have a chronic stage and does not cause permanent liver damage. ... The Hepatitis virus (HAV) is a Picornavirus; it is non-enveloped and ...
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... hepatitis viruses and the different kinds of hepatitis ... they are two important blood tests for diagnosing hepatitis C infection. ... Your Hepatitis C ...
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