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Hep C or Hiv What does this mean
Dec 13, 2009

triglycerides 197, hdl 34, hdl cholesterol 19 (15-25) average risk chol hdl ratio 5.38 ave risk ldl chol 110 hi lymphs 52.3 hi 12.0-48.0 polys 34.4 lo 36.0 -78.0 wbc 8.49 platelet 197 rbc 4.90 mpv 9.9 psa 3rd gen 0.732 tsh 4.730 hi 0.27-4.2 uiv/ml hiv 1/0/2antibody patients nonreactive for hiv antibody may be infected but have not yet seroconverted . If a nonreactive result seems inconsistent with the clinical setting, resubmit for retest in 1 to 3 months. Assay information:Assay for the detection of antibodies to Human Immunodeficiency Virus type 1 and/or 2 (HIV-2) E/gfr 82 >60 ml /min/1.73m2 a calculated gfr of <60 ml suggests chronic kidney sisease, but only if consistently over atleeast 3 months. a calculayed <15 is consistant is consistant with renal failure. Uric Acid 8.5 bilirubin, 0.6 Notes Results for Hepatitis C Virus Antibody when reported as positive indicates the presence of significant antibody levels ( defined as a signal to cutoff ratio (s/cp) of greater than 8.0) . Sera with a high s/co ratio will confirm positive in > 95% if cases however , 5% of results reported as positive may be false-positives , Additional serologic testing is available for patients whose anti-HcV result is inconsistent with clinical findings . Results RIBA (immunoblot) analysis and reported accordingly. Results reported as ideterminate by RIBA indicate the presence of only one of the required protein bands or is reactive with multiple bands including control protein indicative of reactivity with irrelevant recombinant sequences.

Response from Dr. Holodniy

I don't see the actual results for either test.



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