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Hepatitis B antibodies test done showing serum, non reactive, indeterminate, reactive levels. What does my report indicate?

I did a hepatitis b antibodies to HBSAG(IMMULITE) and the results were SERUM: 3.00L REFERENCE RANGE: Non-reactive: 9 mlU/mL Indeterminate: 9-11mlU/mL Reactive: 9 mlU/mL What does this results mean
Asked On : Fri, 13 Jul 2012
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Your test is normal. It is the test done to see if you have infection with hepatitis B. This virus infects liver and leads to many problems.
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Answered: Sun, 15 Jul 2012
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