Apr 30, 2005
My test results were just mailed, and I don't know what they mean. The test was Hep B Surf. Ab, Quant. The results say: 2 miu/ml=non-responder, 2-10 miu/ml=hypo-responder, >10 miu/ml=positive responder. Everything I've read is different....please help, I am really worrying.
Response from Dr. McGovern
I can't tell you what they mean because you have given me the range of results from the lab but not your individual results.
I would call your doctor and ask him or her to interpret them. There is no way you should be expected to understand these complicated tests. Dr. McGovern
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