|Reactive Anti-HAV IgM; Non-reactive HBsAG
Jul 8, 2008
Hi goodday. my friend was diagnosed with anti-hav IgM reactive and HBsAG non reactive. What does this mean?
Response from Dr. McGovern
This means he probably has acute Hepatitis A infection. The source for the food or water born infection will need to be determined.
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