hepa profile result
Oct 31, 2009
hbsag---> count: 927 (reactive) cut off value -->1.0 anti HBs --> 6.8 (non-reactive) cut off value -->10.0 anti-hbe--> 5.290 (non-reactive) cut off value -->1.0 hbeag --> 657 (reactive) cut off value -->1.0 anti-hbc--> .054 (non-reactive) cut off value -->1.0 anti-hav --> .307 (non-reactive) cut off value -->1.0
is it chronic? do i need medication? can u plz tell me what the values mean?
Response from Dr. Holodniy
You don't indicate why these tests were performed. They likely indicate chronic HBV infection.
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