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Test Description Patient Count Result Cut off Value
HBeAg 2.714 Reactive 0.759
Anti-HBe >3.0 Non-Reactive 0.835
Yan po yun result wla po akong idea and sabe nya na wla tlgang gamot sa Hepa b internal medicine ang specialized ng doctor hindi ko alm kung mag papa second opinion pa ako sa iba help me guys
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