Re: [GIWorld-Hepatitis] Persistently Abnormal Liver Function Tests May Be Mar...
- --- jtwagers7@... wrote:
> It's very interesting to now know, also, that the exact oppositeThe virus is there, but the antibodies are not, and it is the
> can be true
> too. (abnormal LFTs yet no sign of the virus in the blood). Hep
> C is a
> complicated little devil, ain't it?
antibodies which are the markers detected in the routine hepatitis
panel. Usually, virus is only looked for if the antibody screening
test is positive. Which mean ulitmately that if no antibodies to HCV
are present, no one is looking for it, when it's possible that HCV is
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