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Serum hepatitis

Introduction: Serum hepatitis

Description of Serum hepatitis

Serum hepatitis: an acute (sometimes fatal) form of viral hepatitis caused by a DNA virus that tends to persist in the blood serum and is transmitted by sexual contact or by transfusion or by ingestion of contaminated blood or other bodily fluids.
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Serum hepatitis: Related Topics

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Broader terms for Serum hepatitis

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The following terms can be used for Serum hepatitis

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Hierarchical classifications of Serum hepatitis

The following list attempts to classify Serum hepatitis into categories where each line is subset of the next.

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