Hepatitis B accounts for 15-30 per cent of the cases of acute hepatitis seen in India (20-27), while HCV is an infrequent cause of acute icteric hepatitis (28,29) though it is responsible for most of the cases of post-transfusion hepatitis.
What does A1H stand for?
A1H stands for acute icteric hepatitis
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The authors report a patient who presented with acute icteric hepatitis A infection and a concomitant febrile illness due to Salmonella paratyphi associated with progressive encephalopathy and coma.
In 1995, researchers at Abbott Laboratories reported the isolation of three viral agents [GB viruses (GBV) A, B, and C] from tamarins inoculated with serum from a surgeon "GB" who had contracted acute icteric hepatitis 20 years earlier X38, 391.