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Hep B viral load report
Sep 26, 2010

What does the viral load report mean when: IU/ml 1.45 x10^3 Log10(IU/ml) 3.16

Response from Dr. Holodniy

Those two results are saying the same thing, but in different mathematical terms. The report states that HBV is present at a low level of 1,450 international units or 3.16 log10 IU/mL.



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