HEPATITIS (FOR ANTI HBC AND ANTI HBE RESULTS BELOW CUT OFF ARE REACTIVE) ELECSYS-ECLIA
TEST PT. RESULTS Unit REFERENCE VALUE
Hbsag 0.627 non reactive COI more than 1
Anti Hbs 21.73 REACTIVE IU/I more than 10
Anti HBc total 1.97 non reactive COI less than 1
HbeAg 0.094 non reactive COI more than 1
Anti Hbe 1.64 non reactive COI less than 1
Anti HAV Igm 0.281 non reactive COI more than 1
ULTRASOUND. MAY 17, 2013
The liver is not enlarge.
It has smooth borders.
It has a normal parenchymal echogenicity
No focal mass lessions are seen.
The intrahepatic ducts and common bile duct (3.2 mm) are not dilated. The portal veiri
(0.06 cm ), inferior vena cava, and the hepatic veins are unremarkable.
The gallbladder is adequately distended.
Its wall is not thickened.
No intraluminal echoes are seen.
NORMAL ULTRASOUND OF THE LIVER AND GALLBLADDER.
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