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What are the normal values for a parietal cell AB blood test?
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Normally there are no parietal cell antibodies in the blood. So, the test is negative. If the test comes positive, then this may be due to pernicious anemia, gastric ulcer, atrophic gastritis, diabetes or thyroid disease. Please discuss the results with your treating doctor.
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