Apr 23, 2011
Please help me to understand my hepa profile:
*type of test*interpretation*patients count*cut-off value* HEPA B SURFACE ANTIGEN*REACTIVE*380.15*2.0 ANTI-HBs*NON-REACTIVE*0.0*10.0 ANTI-HBC*REACTIVE*0.036*1.0 HBE-ANTIGEN*NON-REACTIVE*0.24*1.0 ANTI-HBE*REACTIVE*0.037*1.0 ANTI-HAV(IgG)*REACTIVE*0.078*1.001
I'am a chronic or acute patient?what should i do to be clear with this?Is there any way to be clear with HBSAG? Looking forward for your answer.Thanks in advance.
Response from Dr. McGovern
You have evidence of past infection with hepatitis A.
You also have evidence of chronic HBV infection. I am hopeful that it is inactive infection. The way you can figure that out is to get a HBV DNA level - if undetectable, you are an inactive carrier.
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