Non viral hepatitis

Chronic non-viral hepatitis is an inflammation of the liver that lasts for months or years. For example, if you have a bacteria infection that affects the liver, but don’t treat it, the damage to the liver can become so severe over time that it renders the organ incapable of performing its functions. The longer you leave the inflammation untreated, the higher the chances of liver failure, cirrhosis and liver cancer. Certain genetic diseases you live with your entire life can disrupt normal liver function and, as a result, cause long-term liver inflammation which is basically a form of chronic non-viral hepatitis. 

  • Bacterial hepatitis
  • Parasitic hepatitis
  • Toxic hepatitis
  • Ischemic hepatitis
  • Hereditary conditions
  • Autoimmune hepatitis

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