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Ana320 homogeneous, sed rate 5, crp 5, skin rash from sun, hx. 1996 of ana80, cmv igg58, ebv igg>90, liver and kidney cysts, mild splenomegaly?

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No simple answer: A postive ANA is not a true marker of disease. Your photosensitivity may be a sign for Discoid lupus. I would suggest seeing a Rheumatologist fresh, and let them perform a full history and physical and not just test. The probability of a severe disease with normal ESR and CRP is lower. They are nonspecific but can be increased in most rheumatological disease. See a good MD, a full exam and history

Answered 6/14/2015



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