|HBsAG cannot be nonreactive?
May 24, 2008
according to my doc HBsAG cannot be nonreactive bcoz once you are infected w/ hbv virus your test for that will alway be positive eventhough you clear from the virus, how true is that? anyway please interpret my result after 5mos of being dignosed a]HBeAG-nonreactive b]anti HBe-reactive c]HBV DNA DETECTED IS LESS THA 6IU/ML-specimens w/ less than 6iu/ml is below defined range thanks
| Response from Dr. McGovern
In chronic infection, the very unusual patient may actually clear surface antigen. This is the best response of all but is infrequently seen!
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