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Ana Profile Blood Test
An "ana" is a blood test used to screen a person for the possibility of several autoimmune diseases. It is important to remember that this is a screening test and a positive result only indicates more testing may be warranted. No blood test is perfect, and getting to a diagnosis is usually much more complex than drawing blood and looking at a number ...Read more
Lupus panel negative. Sed rate 30 should b under 20. Ana positive w/ spec pattern. Serum protein electrophoresis test normal. Cbc ok. Metabolic ok.?
4/5 results- test neg scl70, double stranded dna, ssa, ssb, smith rmp sederate, esr&crp norm, electrolyte/white/red blood norm.Again + ANA 1:160 centromer. What additional test to exclude scleroderma/crest?
Can you explain what the following blood tests will show? anti ena id, dna ab ds+conf bld, ccp antibody igg, ana blood
Complicated: The question is too involved to address in this forum. Please consult this site for an introduction. http://www.kidneyabc.com/special-tests/2.html ...Read more
A test: for a certain autoimmune condition. it's important to understand that these blood tests need to be interpreted carefully in the context of your symptoms and exam findings. a positive test doesn't necessarily mean you have the condition. ...Read more
Autoimmune: ANA test detects antinuclear antibodies in your blood. Your immune system normally makes antibodies to help you fight infection.Antinuclear antibodies often attack your body's own tissues, each cell's nucleus. Positive ANA test indicates that your immune system is misdirected attacking your own cells. Some people have positive ANA tests even when they're healthy. Ordered if lupus ra, scleroderma. ...Read more
Antinuclear ab: positive, speckled; titer to follow. Ana titer: 1:40 anti-dna (sle): < 4 iu/ml
is this a positive blood test for sle?
Causes to results ? hsCRP=9.4; ANA Positive (speckled); Low ESR; ENA Negative; dsDNA Negative; ssDNA Ab IgG - PENDING. Big Toes &, wrists pain
My lab tests came back with a positive ANA and a positive rnp antibodies...Is this considered abnormal readings?
Yes: You need to see a rheumatogist.Get a more detailed answer ›
What tests did they do?
-rpr, rfx qn rpr/confirm tp-pa
value (normal range
non reactive (non reactive
See below: Both of these are low values and should not be used for a specific diagnosis. However, the most important feature is why were these labs drawn. For example what symptoms you were having to have the labs drawn and in that case they may mean slightly more, but just looking at the labs they are low values and dont point to one specific disease. ...Read more
IgG subclasses: There are several classes of immunoglobulins like IgA, IgM, and IgE. IgG also has subclasses that we test for. A subclass deficiency can be an explanation for susceptibility to certain types of infections. An Allergist/Immunologist can put the results in perspective for you in the context of your history. ...Read more
Probably not: Likely false positive test. There must be at least 4 major criteria. ...Read more
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