[Clinical aspects and therapy of viral hepatitis].


Acute hepatitis can be caused by the enterically spread hepatitis A and E viruses and the parenterally spread hepatitis B, C or D viruses. The clinical features of acute viral hepatitis are similar among the five viruses and include non-specific symptoms and icterus. In general, a specific therapy is not necessary, but patients with fulminant hepatitis may… (More)


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