Were you looking for information on Hepatitis A? Hepititus A is a common misspelling of hepatitis A.
Caused by a virus, hepatitis A is an illness in which the liver becomes inflamed. In most cases, people recover from the disease within months. Furthermore, once a person has been infected, he or she cannot become reinfected. Symptoms of hepatitis A are not always present, but can include jaundice, nausea, and a low-grade fever. The virus cannot be killed, so treatment consists of relieving symptoms while the body fights the infection.
(Click Hepatitis A for more information, including a list of additional symptoms, a discussion on the incubation and contagious periods, and more.)