Hepatitis A What is it: Acute inflammation of the liver | Singapore General Hospital
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Hepatitis A - What it is

Hepatitis A conditions and treatments

Hepatitis A is an acute inflammation of the liver caused by infection with hepatitis A virus. It is spread through the " faecal-oral " route i.e. through by ingestion of food contaminated by faeculent material. The period between ingestion and manifestation of illness (incubation period) is 28 days.

Hepatitis A - Causes and Risk Factors

Hepatitis A - Diagnosis

Hepatitis A - Preparing for surgery

Hepatitis A - Post-surgery care

Hepatitis A - Other Information

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