Toxic hepatitis is an inflammation of the liver in reaction to certain substances to which someone is exposed such as, alcohol, chemicals, drugs or nutritional supplements. Toxic hepatitis can develop within hours days after exposure or up to months of regular use, but typically symptoms cease when exposure to the toxin stops. Toxic hepatitis can cause cirrhosis, permanently damaging the liver, or liver failure in severe cases. The best prevention to toxic hepatitis is to limit medications to use medication only as directed. And treatment typically consists of stopping exposure to the toxin and eventually leading to liver transplant.
Hepatitis Toxic Bioinformatics Tool
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