|hep b panel& hbvdna interpretation
Aug 5, 2010
HBsAG 3767.000 reactive Anti HBs <2.00 non reactive HBeAg 0.163 non reactive Anti HBe 0.639 reactive Anti HAV IgM 0.47 non reactive Anti HBc IgG 0.011 reactive Anti HCV0.039 non reactive Creatinine 0.46mg/dl SGPT/ALT 19U/l HBVDna 18IU (105 copies/ml) THANK you!
Response from Dr. McGovern
You have evidence of chronic HBV infection. However, your viral load is so low and your liver function tests are normal so I believe it is inactive. You will need to have follow-up over time to see if this stays inactive.
You don't have acute HAV or evidence of HCV.
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