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Underwent surgery of carcinoma thyroid with nuclear medicine. HBS antigen detected. Dangerous?

Hi sir, I am veer, 23 years old. i undergo surgery of carcinoma thyroid in 2008 with nuclear medicine . After a long time again it was effected and doctor told that i need a surgery for i will do all surgery profile tests. In that one test that is hbs antigen will be detected. i was very confused and worried about this. please give solution sir whether is dangerous and not curable disease ?
Asked On : Sun, 1 Jul 2012
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Hi Veeraa62

Nothing to worryabout hbs anitgen positive..u will require futher hepatitis profile to judge.

hbsag positive but treatment is based on ur liver funtion tests/ pcr hbv dna qualitative and quantitative..if these are postive thn u seeek managment....

and its curable ...

Answered: Sun, 22 Jul 2012
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