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VDRL / RPR NON-REACTIVE
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VDRL / RPR NON-REACTIVE

VDRL / RPR ........NON REACTIVE
NORMAL : NON-REACTIVE
normal range  :  <1:80  
TPHA
A POSITIVE RESULT INDICATES THE PRESENCE OF ANTIBODIES TO T.pallidium, resulting from a past or present infection. in some very early cases of syphillis (syphilis) a negative result may also be obtained. sampe fropm patient with connective tissue disorders , leprosy or infectious monoucleosis have been reported to give "false positive" in such case all positive results should b confirmed by FTA-ABS and clinical evidence also be taken into account before a diagnosis is made.
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ANY 1 CAN REPLY ME WHAT IS SUPPOSE TO MEAN BY THIS REPORT I M TOO MUCH WORRY AS IF AM I DIE SOON
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You had a negative report.
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