A 34-year-old member asked:
What does slightly-below normal levels of igg proteins in the cns indicate?
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Neurology 55 years experience
Maybe nothing: Igg levels in CSF are a reflection of igg levels in the CNS (fluid and tissue, respectively). What does "slightly" mean. Could it be a small difference compatible with lab measurement error? Or it might mean an immune system abnormality (suppressed or decreased function).
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