|Hepatatis B (....results....)
Dec 13, 2007
Good day mam,
Can u plz interpret my results.
HBsAG positive (patient value 280 and cut off value 2.00) Anti HBc Igm negative HBe Ag negative
LFT: Total bilirubin (0.5 mg/dl ... range 0.2 to 1.0 mg/dl) Direct bilirubin 0.3 mg/dl .. range upto 0.3 mg/dl Indirect bilirubin 0.2mg/dl... range upto 0.7 mg/dl SGOT 30 u/l... range upto 40 u/l SGPT 58 u/l ... range upto 41 u/l Alkaline phosphatase 133 u/l... range upo 126 u/l total protiens 7.9 g/dl... range 6 - 8 mg/dl Albumin 4.4 g/dl... range 3.5 to 5.0 g/dl Globulin 3.5 g/dl... range 3.8 to 5.4 g/dl
HBV DNA viral load: type of specimen... plasma result... < 70 copies/ml i.e < 1 , 8 log copies/ml i.e <12 UI/mL
These are my recent results as per 12 December 2007.... /i will b thankful to u for the favor.
| Response from Dr. McGovern
It appears that you are an inactive carrier of hepatitis B. This is good news. I would continue monitoring every six months or so to be certain that your hepatitis B infection stays inactive.
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