A patient with hepatitis is admitted to the hospital. The physician believes he contracted the disease from contaminated food. Which of the following is most likely the diagnosis?
• Hepatitis A is transmitted by the fecal-oral route. It is often spread by contaminated food
• Hepatitis B is transmitted through body fluids such as blood, sexual fluids, and saliva
• Hepatitis C is transmitted through body fluids, primarily blood
• Hepatitis D is transmitted through body fluids such as blood, sexual fluids, and saliva. It causes infection only in the presence of Hepatitis B