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... Here is what it said was out of range on my Fibrosure test the liver biopsy alternative as well as the rest of my lab work. ... (4 replies)
Aug 25, 2004
... How did your Fibrosure results turn out? ... (2 replies)
Feb 3, 2005
... As I understand it, Amy, the Fibrosure is quite accurate at the high end (cirrhosis) and the low end (grade 0-1) but there is trouble with accuracy in between. That is pretty much all I know about Fibrosure. I hope it helps, thanbey (1 replies)

Really scared!!!
Aug 31, 2007
... He did the blood tests and I also asked for a Fibrosure test before having a liver biopsy. I found out the results yesterday and they floored me. Fibrosure results were . ... (0 replies)
Feb 3, 2005
... I have not had a biopsy, but my Dr. ordered the fibrosure test for me which came back showing I am between stages 1 and 2, actually closer to one. ... (1 replies)
... Sean - I read the "report" from Docs and wondered if you could give me your "nonprofessional opinion" on my results. What does "non-supportive destructive colongitis/bridging fibrosis stage 3" mean - in your 'nonprofessional opinion'?? -:) Geri (4 replies)
... Hi Docs, Second the biopsy recomendation. There is nothing in your results that suggests imminent need for treatment, by the way--all the scores seem consistent with pretty mild liver activity. Still, only a biopsy is accurate at assessing the liver's condition. In my nonprofessional opinion, at any rate. You should feel encouraged, though, that none of these numbers... (4 replies)
... so, it's a matter of choice. more so now since just in the last year the fibrosure and actitest chemical markers have been developed to approximate what a biopsy can tell you. ... (13 replies)
... How do, DLMD? Here's my completely unqualified, unprofessional, and sincerely ignorant reading of your info: The liver condition indicated here is kind of benign (comparatively speaking, of course--we'd all rather everything was 'normal'), but you probably already realize that. The prothrombin time relates to a common result of hep or other liver problems, namely that... (13 replies)
... ups! did not notice that i am replying to a posting from 2004.... (4 replies)
... hi doctorsletmedown "I am not sure what INR is this is what it says:" well, the INR should be around 1.0, say between 0.9 and 1.2, the higher it gets, the more reduced the blood clotting. the reduction in blood clotting may come from medicaments (like aspirin) or from impaired liver function. But as i say, 1.2 is usually in the "healthy people" range in most labs. ... (4 replies)
... ssociated with any invasive technique, and if you think you are absolutely going to treat, or absolutely going to wait a while and not treat, then adding biopsy results will not be of use to you. ... (13 replies)
... See post above this it posted twice sorry. (0 replies)
... There is risk with a biopsy but small but as I said I decided to use another method I will have the results Wednedsay June 30th. ... (9 replies)
... I would love to have an article from a reliable source that showed how long you read so many different things. I am waiting for my test results to come back I was my doctors first patient to order the Fibrosure test on. ... (7 replies)
... If they have no biopsy results they can't truly know the condition of your liver or even if you need to treat ? ... (1 replies)

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