HEPATITIS A

It is highly contagious but does not cause any permanent liver damage. It is usually acquired from contaminated food.

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HEPATITIS B

It can cause acute liver failure where it severely disturbs the liver functions, thereby requiring hospital admission & management.

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HEPATITIS C

It can remain silent for long and may not show any signs or symptoms.

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HEPATITIS E

It can cause life threatening severe liver disease with features of liver failure, requiring intensive management and liver transplant.

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DIFFICULTY IN SWALLOWING (DYSPHAGIA)

It is a very serious symptom, should never be taken lightly as it may be associated with underlying serious disease.

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