Acute Viral Hepatitis

Hepatitis viruses A, B, and C cause 95% of viral hepatitis cases in the U.S. Less common hepatitis viruses include D, E, and G (HGV or GBV-C). Generally, patients meeting the indications for testing should be screened for hepatitis A, B, and C concurrently, unless a specific exposure is known.

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Last Update: October 2019