Liv.52 therapy in viral hepatitis

Banerjea, L.K., M.B.,B.S., M.S., Commandant, Sahu, N.N., M.B.,B.S., Medical Officer, Ray, S.S., M.B.,B.S., Medical Officer and Daljit Singh, Biochemist, BSF Base Hospital, Kadamtala, Siliguri, Darjeeling, North Bengal 734 433, India.
Rowland (1972) in his study on epidemiology of infectious hepatitis has said that persons of all races and all ages are susceptible to infectious hepatitis. In India, poor sanitary conditions along with lack of personal cleanliness and poor diet contribute to its spread. The disease causes a lot of morbidity and mortality amongst the affected population.

So far no specific treatment has been found for the disease.