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The typical range of CA 19.9 in a healthy person's blood is 0-37 U/mL. This test is used to measure the number of antigens in the serum. The methods and results of the CA 19.9 test Seemapuri differ from lab to lab. If your doctor confirms a diagnosis of pancreatic cancer test Seemapuri, they will try to establish the cancer's extent (stage). Your doctor assigns a stage to your pancreatic cancer based on information from staging tests, which helps evaluate which treatments are most likely to benefit you. Ultrasound, computerized tomography (CT) scans, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and, in some instances, positron emission tomography (PET) scans are used to diagnose pancreatic cancer test Seemapuri.
A level of 37 units/mL or higher may indicate pancreatic, liver, gallbladder, lung, colon, or stomach cancer
An elevated level does not always imply malignancy, as it can be elevated in various benign or non-cancerous illnesses
A CA19-9 level of >100 U/mL is more likely to indicate the presence of malignant diseases, especially early stage of pancreatic cancer