Liver diseases and Hepatitis

Hepatitis is a viral infection-induced inflammation of the liver tissues that damages the organ and can result in cirrhosis, fibrosis, and liver cancer. Hepatitis is a fatal disease that damages the liver slowly over time. In the Middle East, hepatitis A is the most typical cause of acute hepatitis in children. All newborns and high-risk groups should be vaccinated against HBV, and donor blood should be screened as well. Hepatitis therapy has advanced recently as a result of consistent improvements, leading to novel medicines that may provide relief. Liver illnesses can be contracted (inherited) or brought on by a variety of factors that damage the liver.

 Five types of Hepatitis-

Hepatitis A

Hepatitis B

Hepatitis C

Hepatitis D

Hepatitis E

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