Hepatitis refers to inflammation of the liver, often caused by viral infections (hepatitis A, B, C, D, and E), excessive alcohol consumption, or autoimmune diseases. Symptoms can vary but may include fatigue, jaundice, abdominal pain, and nausea. Hepatitis can be acute or chronic, with chronic cases potentially leading to liver cirrhosis or cancer. Diagnosis typically involves blood tests to detect viral markers or liver enzyme levels. Treatment varies depending on the type and severity of hepatitis, ranging from supportive care to antiviral medications or, in advanced cases, liver transplantation. Prevention through vaccination and lifestyle modifications is crucial for managing hepatitis to COVID-19 response efforts. Despite these challenges, the pandemic accelerated innovation in gastroenterology, driving the adoption of digital health technologies and novel approaches to patient care deliver.

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