What is Viral Hepatitis C Antibody Screen or Anti-HCV Test?
Hepatitis C is a deadly viral disease that causes liver damage. Viral Hepatitis C Antibody Screen or Anti-HCV Test is done to detect Hepatitis C infection. Antibodies to HCV typically becomes detectable at about 2 months after injection.
What is the normal range for Viral Hepatitis C Antibody Screen or Anti-HCV Test?
Results: HCV Antibody positive
Interpretation: Recent Hepatitis C infection
Results: HCV Antibody negative
Interpretation: Hepatitis C infection is absent
Is there any special preparation required?
No special preparation is required for this specified test.
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