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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. I recieved the results of my Celiac Panel today and I do not understand the results. The results are as follows... TTG IGA AB... Results say <1 The reference range says <4 U/ml. The form also shows low, normal, high and flag columns. My <1 result is listed under the "high" column result. The paper also says, <4U/ml No antibody detected. >or=4 U/ml: antibody detected. IGA result was 198...this number was also listed in the "high" level column. The IGA reference range is 81-463mg/dL My dr. has not discussed these results with me yet and I would like to know what these results mean and if it does or does not signal Celiac. Thanks!