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Analysis of lab test

i have a result of lab test which i dont know the meaning can u pls help me....... anti HBc Total (CMIA) - 0.08 C.O.V. 1,000 non reactive HBsAg w/titer (CMIA) -0.41 c.o.v. 1,000 non reactive AFP - 1.15 0.00 - 53.81 Anti HCV (ECLIA) - 0.09 c.o.v. 1,000 non reactive thank you
Asked On : Wed, 21 Mar 2012
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Radiologist 's  Response
Hello and welcome to healthcare magic,
the anti-HBC test result suggests that you do not have hepatitis B
the anti-HCV test result suggests that you do not have hepatitis C
both of which are dangerous forms of liver infection. You do not suffer from either of them. This is further confirmed by the HBS-AG test which shows that you do not have hepatitis B.
non-reactive AFP test result suggests that your blood Alpha feto protein levels are also normal.....
All these tests thus confirm that you do not suffer from any of the illnesses in these tests.
Hope this helps,
take care...
Dr. Joe
Answered: Sun, 16 Jun 2013
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