Hepatitis Tests & Panels
Hepatitis A, B & C Testing
All of our Hepatitis A, B & C Tests & Panels
This blood test is used to detect whether or not an individual has Hepatitis A, B and/or C.View Details
This test is used to confirm whether or not an individual has been immunized for the hepatitis A & B viruses, & determine if an individual has had hepatitis C.View Details
This blood test is used to detect the presence of IgM antibodies for the hepatitis A virus, a good indicator of acute hepatitis A.View Details
This blood test panel is used to determine immunity to hepatitis A (HAV) by measuring both IgG and IgM antibodies to the disease. This panel contains two tests: one checks for immunity and the other for the infection.View Details
This blood test detects IgM antibodies to hepatitis B core antigens, and is a reliable marker for acute disease for a hepatitis B viral infection.View Details
This titer test is used to confirm whether or not an individual has been immunized for the hepatitis B virus (HBV).View Details
This test checks for Hepatitis B Surface Antigen, which is the earliest indicator of the presence of acute infection.View Details
This hepatitis C RNA test offers early detection and confirmation Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) in the blood.View Details
This blood test is used to detect the presence of hepatitis C antibodies, to determine whether or not an individual may have been exposed to Hepatitis C. Hepatitis C (HCV) is spread by contact with blood or bodily fluids from a person infected with the virus. Often there are no or few symptoms that arise with hepatitis C.View Details
About Hepatitis Testing
What is Hepatitis?
Hepatitis means inflammation of the liver. Inflammation, which is tissue’s reaction to irritation or injury, typically causes pain, redness, and swelling. While many things can cause hepatitis, it is often due to a viral infection which is transmitted through sex, making it an STD. Viral hepatitis infections can be either acute (meaning it lasts for less than 6 months) or chronic (lasting longer than 6 months).
What are the Types of Hepatitis?
There are several viruses which are known to cause hepatitis. We offer to test for the three most common forms of hepatitis:
- Hepatitis A: Commonly acquired by consuming something exposed to feces or through sex, hepatitis A is a highly contagious type of hepatitis which causes a mild illness. Hepatitis A rarely has any complications. Symptoms of Hepatitis A include jaundice, pain in the abdomen, low appetite, fever, nausea, diarrhea, and fatigue.
- Hepatitis B: Hepatitis B is a serious type and sometimes chronic liver infection which can cause scarring of the organ, liver failure, or even death if left untreated. It’s typically acquired through unprotected sex with someone who has it, sharing needles, an accidental needle stick, or from a mother who is infected while giving birth. Symptoms of hepatitis B are similar to hepatitis A, and like hepatitis A, many do not experience any symptoms.
- Hepatitis C: Hepatitis C is very common, with an estimated 71 million people globally who have a chronic hepatitis C infection. It is the most common cause of liver disease in the U.S. and the main reason for liver transplants. The vast majority of people who become infected with hepatitis C develop chronic infections. Hepatitis C also rarely shows symptoms, but if it does, they are similar to other types of hepatitis.
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