|hep b test
Sep 22, 2007
if the test says anti hbs non reactive and anti hbeag non reactive and anti hbc reactive, what does that mean
| Response from Dr. McGovern
This is an isolated core antibody test. Its significance is not quite clear and can mean a false antibody. You will also want to ask your provider if your liver function tests were abnormal. If so, you will want to check a hepatitis B core IGM for acute infection.
If not, this isolated HBV is a profile seen in about 5 percent of healthy people.
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