Medical Definition of Hepatitis G

Hepatitis G: A virus isolated from the blood of some patients with posttransfusion hepatitis that is hypothesized to be a cause of hepatitis by some investigators, but the virus has not yet been confirmed as a cause of acute or chronic hepatitis.

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QUESTION

Hepatitis C virus causes an infection of the ______________. See Answer

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Reviewed on 12/27/2018