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Topic: confused about past results???
Member # 9648
Maybe you can help...I was just looking over the Lyme disease AB test (elisa) that was done on me in March...but the results are not a titre. It says:
.47 in range 0.00-0.99 L.I.V.
what does this mean....and what is liv?? anyone understand this???
Posts: 36 | From new york | Registered: Jul 2006
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up for answers for Heidi; I don't know the answer.
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Member # 7686
A quick google search yielded that LIV is
Lyme Index Value
I would NOT rely on an ELISA test for Lyme disease. See the testing page on my site and get an IGeneX Western Blot ordered.
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