Hepatitis infection rates are increasing worldwide — and you could be harboring the virus withou
Hepatitis, an inflammation of the liver, can be either acute or chronic. Today, unlike in years past, it’s also largely preventable.
Liver disease treatment means addressing the underlying causes — and watching for potential complications. A U-M specialist explains the steps.
You may not have symptoms, so talk to your primary care physician about your risk of liver conditions such as hepatitis C and fatty liver disease.