Normally there are three parts to the range: for example, >5 would be negative; 6-9 would be equivocal or mildly positive; <10 would be positive. They usually put in this equivocal range because how can you say that 10 is that much greater than 9 ?? or 6 that much greater than 5. I guess you could call it a cover your butt range But I have never seen scores expressed like yours.
Do you have a copy of the pathology report that you could reproduce here? (The one for the EGD?)
Yeah, this particular medical system has a long history of old methodology in testing and treatment even though it's a teaching hospital. Go figure.
I don't have the pathology report but that's what I am going to do tomorrow. I will post it as soon as I have it. My suspicion is that they only took one biopsy. Thanks again!