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Portugal reported 17 suspected cases of acute childhood hepatitis of unknown origin

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Seventeen suspected cases of acute childhood hepatitis of unknown origin have been reported by Portugal in the past two months, with no record of severity, the Directorate-General for Health (DGS) said on Monday.
2 months ago·Portugal

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Portugal reported 17 suspected cases of acute childhood hepatitis of unknown origin

Seventeen suspected cases of acute childhood hepatitis of unknown origin have been reported by Portugal in the past two months, with no record of severity, the Directorate-General for Health (DGS) said on Monday.

2 months ago·Portugal
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Portugal reported 17 suspected cases of acute childhood hepatitis of unknown origin

According to the director of the National Viral Hepatitis Program, none of the children required liver transplantation and all situations evolved favorably.

2 months ago·Portugal
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Portugal reported 17 suspected cases of acute childhood hepatitis of unknown origin

The director of the National Program for Viral Hepatitis, Rui Tato Marinho, said that the average age of the patients is 4.5 years old, “with one or the other adolescents under the age of 16”

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17 suspected cases of acute childhood hepatitis reported in Portugal in two months

portugal, hepatite, dgs, saúde, | DGS avança que os "casos notificados têm sido situações com resolução clínica, não tendo ocorrido casos graves".

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