The different types of VIRAL hepatitis are:
A (formerly called infectious hepatitis, or yellow jaundice)
B (serum hepatitis)
C (formerly called non-A, non-B hepatitis)
D (delta hepatitis)
E (transmitted through the feces of an infected person)
G (a virus transmitted through infected blood products)
CRYPTOGENIC (or Non-A,B,C,D,E,G)
More hepatitis viruses are being discovered, but may be less common.
Other viruses, such as Yellow Fever, Epstein-Barre virus, Cytomegalovirus, as
well as parasites and bacteria, can cause hepatitis as a secondary
Other types of non-viral hepatitis are: Autoimmune, Wilson’s disease,
hemochromatosis, drug or chemical induced, alcoholic hepatitis.