Chronic Hepatitis & prevention

Hepatitis is an infection of the liver. In chronic hepatitis, liver inflammation continues for at the least six months. This situation may be mild, causing notably little harm, or more critical, causing many liver cells to be destroyed. Some cases result in cirrhosis and liver failure. The most common cause globally is viruses. Other causes include heavy alcohol use, certain medications, pollutants, different infections, autoimmune illnesses, and non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH)

Hepatitis has an extensive spectrum of presentations that vary from a whole loss of symptoms to extreme liver failure. The acute form of hepatitis, commonly caused by viral contamination, is characterised via constitutional signs that are usually self-restricting. Chronic hepatitis presents further but can happen symptoms and signs particular to liver dysfunction with lengthy-status inflammation and harm to the organ

Hepatitis has an extensive spectrum of presentations that vary from a whole loss of symptoms to extreme liver failure. The acute form of hepatitis, commonly caused by viral contamination, is characterised via constitutional signs that are usually self-restricting. Chronic hepatitis presents further but can happen symptoms and signs particular to liver dysfunction with lengthy-status inflammation and harm to the organ

  • Hepatology
  • Hepatitis: Care and Cure
  • Hepatic Fibrosis
  • Hepatitis cancer
  • Lupoid Hepatitis
  • Prevention of Hepatitis

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