Note On (G-Test) And Alpha-Feto Protein for Hepatitis B Virus-Related Liver Cancer | OMICS International| Abstract
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Note On (G-Test) And Alpha-Feto Protein for Hepatitis B Virus-Related Liver Cancer

Archana Gulia
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Archana Gulia


e diagnostic efficiency of serum oligosaccharide chain (G-test) and alpha-fetoprotein (AFP) for hepatitis Brelated hepatoma (HCC). Serum samples are taken from 100 patients divided into five groups of 20 each who were admitted to the Second Affiliated Hospital in October to January were collected, and the levels of G-test and AFP were determined. The sensitivity and specificity of the 2 indicators were compared, and the receiver operating characteristic function of the themes was drawn to gauge the diagnostic values of G-test and AFP for HCC. The diagnostic ability of G-test (area under the curve was better than that of AFP When G-test and AFP were combined for detection, the AUC was larger than that of either indicator. The G-test was superior to AFP within the medical diagnosis of early HCC and cirrhosis. a mixture of the 2 indicators significantly improved the diagnostic rate for early HCC, indicating that G-test and AFP complemented one another.

Keywords: Hepatitis B Virus, Liver