Acute hepatitis deaths

per 100,000 people, 1990–2017

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    Acute hepatitus is defined as the aggravate of: acute hepatitis A as an infection with the hepatitis A virus resulting in anti-HAV IgG seroconversion, acute hepatitis B as the period corresponding to initial infection with the hepatitis B virus, acute hepatitis C as the period corresponding to initial infection with the hepatitis C virus, resulting in anti-HCV IgG seroconversion, acute hepatitis E as an infection with the hepatitis E virus resulting in anti-HEV IgG seroconversion, all regardless of symptoms.

    Source: Global Health Data Exchange