He mate ka pā ki te ate, ka takea mai i te huaketo, i te matū tāoke (pērā i te waipiro), i te mate rānei o tētahi wāhanga o te pūnaha awhikiri. Ka hōrapa haere te Atekakā A ki te iwi mā roto i te kai hahawa, i te wē taihemahema rānei, ā, ko te kirikā te putanga ake ki te tangata. Ka kawea te Atekakā B mā roto i te toto, ā, he mate mau roa. Ko te kirikā, te mate kōwhai me te waimaero ngā putanga. He mate mau roa hoki te Atekakā C, ā, mā te toto, mā te wē taihemahema e whakawhitia ai mai i tētahi tangata ki tangata kē.
A disease affecting the liver caused by a virus, by toxic substances (such as alcohol), or by the infection of part of the immune system. Hepatitis A is spread via infected food or through sexual fluids, and fever is the main symptom. Hepatitis B is carried in the blood and is a chronic disease, the symptoms being fever, jaundice and debility. Hepatitis C is also a chronic disease transmitted through blood and sexual fluids.