HCV Antibody RFX to Quant PCR

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HCV Antibody RFX to Quant PCR refers to a diagnostic process used in the detection and quantification of the Hepatitis C Virus (HCV). Initially, the test involves the identification of antibodies produced in response to the HCV infection. If the HCV Antibody test is positive, the RFX (reflex) to Quantitative Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) is conducted to measure the amount of HCV RNA in the blood. This quantitative PCR test determines the viral load, which is crucial for assessing the severity of the infection, monitoring treatment response, and guiding the duration and efficacy of antiviral therapy. It aids in determining the most appropriate treatment regimen and assessing the effectiveness of the treatment over time.

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