Feb 11, 2007
Dear Dr McGovern, I am thanking you for the very useful information from this site. Can you interpret to me the result of my lab tests? HBsAg-187.59(results)0.520(negative control)1.000 (cut Off), Reactive(remarks) Anti-HBs-0.0 mIU/ml (results)0.3 (Neg control)10 (non reactive) HBeAg-0.210 (Results), 0.320 (Neg Control), 1.000 (cut off) Non reactive Anti-HBe - 0.041 (Result)2.248 (Neg Control)1.000 (Cut) off Reactive Anti-HBe(IgC) - 0.101 Results 1.875 ( (neg Control) 1.000 (Cut off) Reactive Anti-HBe (IgM) - 0.11 Index (Result) 0.04 (Neg Control) 1.2 ( Cut off) Non reactive Anti-HAV - 1.000 (Cut off) Anti-HAV(IgM) Index 1.2 (Cut off) Anti-HCV - 1.000 (Cut off) SGPT-ALT - 15.2 (Result) U/L (Units) 10.0-40.0 (Normal Range) SGOT-AST - 18.8 (Results) U/L (Units) 10.0 - 32.0 (Normal Range)
Thank you very much jamejune
Response from Dr. McGovern
From what I can tell, you have chronic hepatitis B infection. However, you should have hepatitis B DNA testing to see if you have any virus in your blood.
I can't tell if you have hepatitis C or not. It should say reactive or non-reactive.
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