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hepatitis B virus dna viral load
Jun 7, 2014

Hepatitis B Virus DNA Results: 36H Reference Range <20 IU/ml

Hepatitis B Virus DNA Results: 1.55H Reference Range <1.30 Log IU/ml

to convert International Units/ml = 5.82 copies/ml Don't understand test results

Response from Dr. Taylor

These results mean you have hepatitis B virus in your blood. This signifies an ongoing infection (chronic hep B) or new/resolving infection. Talk with your doctor about getting further testing and being followed over time.



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