|Please Help me interpret my Hapatitis Panel Results
Mar 11, 2008
HBeAg (ECLIA) Result: 0.126 C.O.V 1.000 Comments: NON-REACTIVE
HBsAG w/ Titer (ECLIA) Result: H 3840.000 C.O.V 1.000 Comments: REACTIVE "suggest HBV DNA (PCR Method) for viral load monitoring"
Anti-HAV IgM (ECLIA) Result: 0.315 C.O.V. 1.000 Comments: NON-REACTIVE
Anti HBc IgG (ECLIA) Result: 0.014 C.O.V. 1.000 Comments: REACTIVE
Anti HCV (ECLIA) Result: 0.383 C.O.V. 1.000 Comments: NON-REACTIVE
Anti HBe (ECLIA) Result: 0.003 C.O.V. 1.000 Comments: REACTIVE
Anti HBs (ECLIA) Result: 2.000 Unit: IU/L C.O.V. 10.000 Comments: NON-REACTIVE
Response from Dr. McGovern
With a positive HB surface antigen test, you appear to have chronic infection. You will need HBV DNA testing to see if your disease is active or not.
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