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urinalysis
Aug 18, 2001

During possible ars, my urinalysis revealed high levels of bilirubin and moderate levels of ketone, a trace of protein & blood.

Could this be related to hiv?

I was later found to have EBV, VCA was >170, nuclear antigen was >85. Early antigen was negative as well as mono test.

What would cause my urine to contain these things?

Response from Dr. Holodniy

These are very nonspecific findings and could be related to a variety of infections or noninfectious problems.



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