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          Hepatitis B Virus Testing
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          Detect HBV mutations associated with resistance to antiviral agents, identify HBV genotype (A-G) for epidemiologic and prognostic purposes, and detect mutations in precore and basal core promoter regions.

          Testing for Herpes
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          A Type-specific (HSV 1 and HSV 2), highly sensitive serology test that helps to diagnose herpes infections, regardless of symptoms and to aid in counseling and treatment decisions.

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          Visit our Clinical Education Center. It’s your best resource for articles, live presentations and other information about laboratory testing with Quest Diagnostics.

          Visit our Clinical Education Center

          Dr. Rick Pesano

          Rick L. Pesano, MD PhD

          Cypress, CA

          Dr. Pesano is part of our  medical and scientific Team. He specializes in Infectious Diseases. More about professional consults.

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          Detect infection first

          Available exclusively from Quest, the Pre-biologic Panel can help physicians evaluate their patients for biologic therapy by screening for tuberculosis and hepatitis. Learn more

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          Quest Diagnostics Interpretation Guides

          Find information relating to test selection, utilization and interpretation. All information is based on peer-reviewed publications, practice guidelines, or other reputable sources.

          Infectious Disease testing for solid organ transplantation

          Infectious Disease Testing for Solid Organ Transplantation

          Michael Ison, MD, MS, discusses infectious disease testing in solid organ transplant settings, considering both donors and recipients.