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hepa b
Sep 22, 2008

Hello. Please help me with the interpretation of my hepa B lab tests. HBsAG 1,726 cut off is 1.0 ractive, HBeAG 0.116 cut off value is 1 nonreactive, anti-HBS <2.00iu/l cut off is 10 iu/l nonreactive, SGPT 41 u/l si fer value 7-56 u/il. Thank you very much.

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Response from Dr. McGovern

Your HBsAg test is positive so you have chronic HBV infection. However, I cannot tell if it is "active" or "inactive". You will need to see your doctor to have more testing such as liver function tests and HBV DNA and an HBeAntibody.



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