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How is viral hepatitis diagnosed?

Viral hepatitis is diagnosed through blood tests and a medical evaluation. There are different blood tests, depending on the type of viral hepatitis that the doctor thinks you have.
This answer is based on source information from The Federal Government Source for Women's Health Information.

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