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Mitochondria M2 Ab Ig G Eia
My alt/ast enzymes are elevated and i tested positive for mitochondrial m2 ab IgG (34.6) antibodies. Is this a definitive diagnosis of pbc?
No: What's the titer? Does this match your symptoms / signs / other labs? Even the big fancy commercial labs make mistakes with these. ...Read more
I am pregnant and I had a Rubella IgG ab by eia screening that came up 1.46. What does this mean? Thanks
Rubella IgG: A level of Rubella antibody of 10 IU/ml or more indicates immunity to Rubella. Ask what the reference range is for your test. A positive IgG result indicates immunity either from vaccination or past infection, and having immunity to Rubella is what we like to see in all pregnant women. ...Read more
I tested positive for Lyme disease. I was given the EIA (result 6.1), IgG (10 bands present) and IgM WB (3 bands) Does this mean I've had LD for a whi?
Yes: The presence of IgG usually indicates past infection which might have occurred months or even years ago. The presence of IgM indicates a current or recent infection. ...Read more
Igg <0.9 & IgM 1.5+ hsv.Also, in the absence of clinical symptoms, it probably indicates an unspecific reaction of the IgM (eia) test. What's it mean?
More likely: That this is a false positive (test positive but disease not present) than an acute infection. ...Read more
I had HIV EIA (enzyme immunoassay) testing done and it has been non-reactive. What else could be causing the P41 Band (IgG & IgM) to be positive?
Had EBV test came back EBV nuc IgG ser qi eia positive and EBV vac IgG eia postive. Ebv capsid IgM eia negative. I'm so tired what do this mean?
Makes perfect sense: Igm antibodies rise only during the actual, acute infection. They then fade away and are replaced by the various igg antibodies, which are the ones that provide lifetime protection against the same strain of the virus. So your numbers are consistent with the fact you had mono years ago. There is no igm, and positive igg levels. So you are immune and do not currently have mono. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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Mostly, yes.: This flourescent microscopy assay uses the microsomal fraction of adult s. Mansoni worms (mama) as antigen, and is thus highly specific (99%) and sensitive (96%) for detection of infection caused by s. Mansoni. Although the assay is also highly specific for infections caused by other schistosoma species (s. Japonicum, s. Haematobium, s. Mekongi), its sensitivity for these infections is lower (55%). ...Read more
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