Hi all, just wondering about the AMA vs AMA2 test. I asked my rheumatologist to do the AMA 2 which is specific to PBC as I have AMA positive 360:1 titre. She said there was no point that positive AMA 2 test can mean several conditions so best to just be referred to hepatologist. My question is that she should surely do this to save time and be prepared fir hep appointment?
Does anyone out there have positive AMA BUT not AMA2 but still have diagnosed PBC.
My next question is: which test is better at diagnosing PBC FI Ros an or liver ultrasound. They have ordered a liver ultrasound.
Any replies would be much appreciated. 😊