Feb 13, 2012
If patient value is 1.32 on Hcv antibody test. what it mean?
| Response from Dr. McGovern
You must look on the range of values to see if this result is "reactive" in your particular laboratory. I suspect it is not.
Thus, you do not have evidence by antibody testing of prior exposure to HCV.
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