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MEDICAL: Disorders of Liver Except Malignancy, Cirrhosis, Alcoholic Hepatitis with CC

I I epatitis is a widespread inflammation of the liver that results in degeneration and necrosis of liver cells. More than 70,000 cases of hepatitis are reported each year in the United States. In most cases, the damage is reversible after the acute phase; in some, however, massive necrosis can lead to liver failure and death.

Acute viral hepatitis is a major public health concern because it is highly communicable and is transmitted before the onset of symptoms in the infected host. In general, the majority of cases

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