|hepa B non-reactive
Oct 22, 2007
can a hepa b non-reactive be reactive?
Response from Dr. McGovern
When a surface antigen is non-reactive, the test is usually accurate.
On occasion, a surface antigen first comes up reactive, but on confirmatory testing, is non-reactive.
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