What Causes Hepatitis B?

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what is the differ in hepatitis b  and acute hepatitis  b
Hepatitis B is infection of Hep B virus. When a person gets infected for less than 6 months, it's in the acute phase. A small number of people can clear the virus from the body on their own within the acute phase. Most people get infected and the body can't clear the virus on its own and it becomes the chronic Hepatitis B.
acute hepatitis b means acute attack of symptoms of hepatitis caused by HBV. From the time you get HBV to the onset, the whole course is less than a month.
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