Description: hepatitis is a viral infection of the liver. There are a number of different viruses whose names are identified by a different letter. Hepatitis A is caught through eating or drinking food with viral faecal contamination. Most other types of hepatitis such as B,C,D,E,F and G are transmitted by blood or blood products through needles, tattoos, cuts or sometimes unprotected sexual intercourse. Acute hepatitis is a very serious disease with liver failure of varying degrees. After the patient has recovered chronic hepatic disease can lead onto cirrhosis or even liver cancer. Excess alcohol can also cause hepatitis and cirrhosis.
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