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Advanced Diagnostics and Treatment for Viral Hepatitis (A, B, C, D, and E)

Viral hepatitis is an inflammation of the liver caused by different viruses, including hepatitis A, B, C, D and E. Some people with viral hepatitis can have mild symptoms or no symptoms while others develop liver cell damage which can, in some cases, lead to liver failure.

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To schedule an in-person or virtual consultation with a UH liver specialist, call 216-844-8500, Option #1 or schedule online.

Understanding Common Types of Viral Hepatitis

The three most common types of viral hepatitis we see in today’s population include:

Less Common Types of Viral Hepatitis

Hepatitis D: A rare but serious viral infection that only occurs in people who also have the Hepatitis B virus. If hepatitis D is a consideration, your liver specialist will address this together with your hepatitis B diagnosis.

Hepatitis E: A rare type of viral hepatitis that, historically, was thought to be transmitted through contaminated drinking water. More recent advances in the study of hepatitis E show that it can also be transmitted (passed) through certain undercooked meats. Symptoms include jaundice, lack of appetite and nausea, like in other forms of hepatitis. Your liver specialist can make this diagnosis with a blood test and determine if treatment is needed.

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