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Hepatitis A is a disease affecting the liver, and caused by the Hepatitis A virus (abbreviated HAV). Only 3 out of 4 people with hepatitis A have symptoms. Those symptoms may include:* Jaundice (showing up first as yellow eyes)* Dark urine* Nausea* Fever* Tiredness* Loss of appetite* Stomach ache* Vomiting

Hepatitis C is a form of hepatitis (liver inflammation) caused by a virus, the Hepatitis C virus (HCV). Before the virus was discovered, in 1989, the syndrome was initially referred to as a "non-A-non-B hepatitis".


Hepatitis A as related to Hepatitis C