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If the neurologist doesn’t offer information about a test, there is nothing wrong with asking. A patient has the right to know such things. I wouldn’t go too far with it though. The neurologist is the presumed to be competent to interpret the result, but he or she should tell you if the level is normal, or high. Sometimes the test can be inconclusive.
In my case, I just asked my neurologist if the test was consistent with the diagnosis (of GBS). It was and that was enough for me.