Clinical tips: hepatitis

Louis Roller takes a look at hepatitis in Australia Hepatitis is an inflammatory condition of the liver, often characterised by jaundice, hepatomegaly, anorexia, abdominal and gastric discomfort, abnormal liver function, light-coloured stools, and dark urine. The condition may be caused by bacterial or viral infection, parasitic infestation, alcohol, drugs, toxins or transfusion of incompatible blood.

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