Acute Viral Hepatitis At A Glance

An acute viral hepatitis is defined as a diffuse inflammation of the liver caused by specific hepatotropic viruses with different transmission paths and epidemiology. Nonspecific prodrome followed by anorexia, nausea and often fever or pain in the right upper abdomen. Often jaundice typically develops at a time disappear at the other symptoms. Most cases heal spontaneously, but some make a history of chronic hepatitis. Occasionally from acute viral hepatitis, acute…

September 3, 2018