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What does anti-HCV indicate?

Q: I am a 37 years old male diagnosed with anti-hepatitis C virus (HCV). The patient value is 2.125 and cut off value is 0.366. What does anti-HCV indicate?

A:Anti HCV just informs us that you have been exposed to the Hepatitis C virus. It does not tell us whether or not you currently have the infection at all, or an acute infection or even a chronic infection. Please see your doctor, more investigations may be required and some treatment suggestions made depending upon your current medical condition.

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