Lyme IgG Line Blot Interp.

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The Lyme IgG Line Blot Interp. is a marker used in the diagnosis of Lyme disease. It refers to the interpretation of the results obtained from an IgG immunoblot test used to detect antibodies against Borrelia burgdorferi, the bacterium responsible for causing Lyme disease. The IgG immunoblot test is utilized to identify specific proteins associated with the bacterium, aiding in the confirmation of exposure to the pathogen. A positive result indicates the presence of IgG antibodies, suggesting past or current exposure to the Lyme disease-causing bacterium. However, clinical correlation with symptoms and additional testing is often necessary to confirm the diagnosis and distinguish between an active infection and past exposure.

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