|Interpretation of results
Nov 11, 2007
I am eric from the philippines. I would like to know how these results are interpreted: Test Result HBsAg w Titer 334.200 Anti-HBs(ECLIA) <2.00 HBeAg(ECLIA) 1210.00 Anti-H Be(ECLIA) 3.740 Anti-HAV IgM(ECLIA)0.345 Anti-HBc IgG(ECLIA) 0.007 Anti-HCV (MEIA) 0.390 I would like to know how if this still can be cured or treated?
Response from Dr. McGovern
Since I do not have your reference ranges for your results, I suspect that your hepatitis B infection may be new since your IgG is low and your IgM is missing. If this is the case, you will need follow up testing to see if your hepatitis B clears on its own, which is usually does in adulthood.
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