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Negative 5 IU/ml or under

Borderline retest 5-9 IU/ml

Positive 10 IU/ml or more


Negative 0.89 IV

Borderline retest 0.90-1.09 IV

Positive 1.10 IV or more

Reference ranges may be slightly different from lab to lab and country to country.

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