a form of hepatitis caused by an RNA virus, usually transmitted by contaminated food and water, and characterized by a shorter incubation period and milder symptoms than hepatitis B; infectious hepatitis
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An acute viral hepatitis caused by an enterovirus that is transmitted by ingestion of infected food and water and that has a shorter incubation period and causes milder symptoms than hepatitis B. Also called infectious hepatitis .