Hepatitis and Liver Diseases

Hepatitis is a viral infection that causes inflammation in the tissues of the liver, which can injure the organ and lead to cirrhosis, fibrosis, and liver cancer. Hepatitis is a life-threatening disease that develops slowly but causes liver damage. In the Middle East, hepatitis A is the most prevalent cause of acute hepatitis in children. Establishing HBV immunisation for all neonates and high-risk groups, as well as donor blood screening, can assist to improve the situation. Recent advancements in treating hepatitis based on constant improvements may lead to new, potentially alleviated therapies in the future.


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