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Hepatitis is a term designating any acute or chronic inflammation of the liver. It is generally caused by a virus (hepatitis A, B, or C) or excessive alcohol consumption, but can also be drug-induced or related to an autoimmune disease.


Hepatitis B

Hepatitis B is a liver infection caused by a virus. Its incubation period lasts about 4 months (1 to 6 months).
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