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Hepatitis Testing

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Hepatitis is inflammation of the liver. Learn more about types of hepatitis and tests that may be used to diagnose, evaluate, and monitor this condition.
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Acute Viral Hepatitis Panel

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An acute viral hepatitis panel looks for the three most common types of viral hepatitis. Learn more about this panel and what results mean for your health.
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Hepatitis B Testing

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A description of the hepatitis B test - what it is, when to take it, and how to interpret the results.
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Hepatitis A Testing

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Testing for hepatitis A helps doctors diagnose this short-term viral infection and determine if a person has immunity due to vaccination or a past infection.
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At-Home Hepatitis C Test

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Looking for information on at-home Hepatitis C testing? Learn about how these tests work, what results may mean, and how to find a quality at-home Hepatitis C test.
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At-Home Hepatitis B Test

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Looking for information on at-home Hepatitis B testing? Learn about how these tests work, what results may mean, and how to find a quality at-home Hepatitis B test, sometimes called a hep b home test.
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Hepatitis C Test

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Hepatitis C is inflammation of the liver caused by a viral infection. Most people have no symptoms, so testing is vital for early diagnosis and treatment.
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Anti-LKM-1

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Liver kidney microsome type 1 (anti-LKM-1) antibodies target the body’s own enzyme CYP2D6 found primarily in liver cells. The anti-LKM-1 test helps diagnose autoimmune hepatitis and differentiate between type 1 and type 2.
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Smooth Muscle Antibody (SMA) and F-actin Antibody

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Smooth muscle antibodies (SMA) are autoantibodies produced by the body that attack its own actin, a protein found in tissues, especially the liver. SMA or F-actin antibody tests help diagnose and differentiate autoimmune hepatitis type 1 and type 2.
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