Types of Non-Viral Hepatitis - Coggle Diagram
Types of Non-Viral Hepatitis
Toxid/drung induced hepatitis
caused by chemicals, drugs and nutritional supplements.
is an inflammation of your liver in reaction to certain substances to which you're exposed.
In some cases, toxic hepatitis develops within hours or days of exposure to a toxin.
nausea, dark urine and jaundice (yellowing of the skin).
avoiding exposure to the causes.
caused by the immune system attacking the liver cells.
The immune system can attack the liver for unknown reasons, causing inflammation, liver scarring, liver cancer and liver failure
Some diseases and certain toxic substances and drugs can cause this to happen.
jaundice (yellowing of the skin and whites of the eyes)
,nausea and spider angiomas (blood vessels) on the skin
caused by drinking too much alcohol, which harms the liver.
is most likely to occur in people who drink heavily over many years
is a syndrome of progressive inflammatory liver injury associated with long-term heavy intake of ethanol
Cause by decrease circulation to liver cells maybe cause by low blood pressure (heart failure, dehydration, severe bleeding)
Antibiotic treatment if a bacterial infection causing septic shock is present.
The decreased blood flow (perfusion) to the liver is usually due to shock or low blood pressure.
is a condition defined as an acute liver injury caused by insufficient blood flow (and consequently insufficient oxygen delivery) to the liver.
is a syndrome with a prolonged febrile illness, myalgias, hepatosplenome- galy, and arthralgia of unknown cause.
Condition which abnormal collections of white blood cells collect in the liver.
non alcoholic hepatitis
is a condition in which fat builds up in your liver.
inflammation and liver cell damage, along with fat in your liver.