An Inconclusive Result stands for a sample that was not collected properly and presented weak RNaseP during the first round of examination, and as a result, we are not able to obtain a proper negative or positive result. This is very important since if the RNaseP is weak the sample will not meet the lab criteria, causing an inconclusive result. However, it is worth noting that before a sample is reported as inconclusive we retest the sample twice as per our protocol.