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Are there treatment guidelines for hepatitis a?
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Dr. Jeffrey Crespin
Internal Medicine - Gastroenterology
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In brief: Liver inflammation
This is a viral hepatitis.
The virus inflames the liver. It is spread by fecal-oral transmission. Symptoms like nausea, fatigu, headaches usually occur between 2-6 weeks of exposure. There is a vaccine to prevent hepatitis a and the hepatitis is never chronic.

In brief: Liver inflammation
This is a viral hepatitis.
The virus inflames the liver. It is spread by fecal-oral transmission. Symptoms like nausea, fatigu, headaches usually occur between 2-6 weeks of exposure. There is a vaccine to prevent hepatitis a and the hepatitis is never chronic.
Dr. Jeffrey Crespin
Dr. Jeffrey Crespin
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Dr. Martin Raff
Internal Medicine - Infectious Disease
In brief: Hepatitis A
This seldom needs any form of treatment and is mild and self-limiting.
Rarely produces very severe infection, recovery without permanent damages is the most probable outcome.

In brief: Hepatitis A
This seldom needs any form of treatment and is mild and self-limiting.
Rarely produces very severe infection, recovery without permanent damages is the most probable outcome.
Dr. Martin Raff
Dr. Martin Raff
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