Acute Viral Hepatitis

Last Updated: November 8 2022

Acute viral hepatitis is liver inflammation caused by an infection by the hepatitis virus and can last up to a few weeks. Acute viral hepatitis may cause symptoms including fever, vomiting, a loss of appetite, nausea, jaundice, and pain in the upper right abdomen.

Acute Viral Hepatitis falls under theImmunity & Infectious DiseaseandLiver Healthcategories.

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