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Anti-HBC IgM, Anti-HBC IgG, ALT, AST
Jul 4, 2010

Please interpret this data: I'm afraid to give it to our company physician

Anti-HBc IgM 0.038 Anti-HBC IgG 0.007 ALT 71 HI Reference Interval 30-65 (units: U/L) AST 38 HI Reference Interval 13-37 (units: U/L)

Response from Dr. McGovern

Your liver function tests are minimally elevated....

You have given me your hepatitis B IgM and IgG tests but without any reference range to tell whether they are reactive or not. Look on your test results since they will probably indicate "non-reactive"....



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