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Antibody Screen Interpretation
How about it?: Up to a quarter of women your age have an ANA (immunofluorescent antibody) at a low titer like yours with a speckled pattern. If there's a question of whether you have lupus or one of its relatives, it's a piece of information to note and file for future reference. A negative ANA would rule several things out. Your result proves nothing positive. Best wishes. ...Read more
C.trachomatis RNA TMA Result: Detected. Standard range: Not detected. Test performed using the Aptima Combo2 (R) assay gen-probe(r)
You have chlamydia: "Detected" means the test found chlamydia -- i.e. a positive result. Return to the doctor or clinic where the test was done for treatment. (If you tested yourself at a lab, see a doctor or clinic ASAP.) Your current or recent sex partner(s) also need treatment. Good luck! ...Read more
Monotest (target values <1.0=negativ). Values: EBV VCA IgG-Ak 39.9; EBV VCA IgM-Ak 1.1; EBNA-1 IgG-Ak 14.7; EBV DNA (PCR) negativ. What does it mean?
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?
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 please explain the following results HSV1 IgM Screen NegativeHSV2 Igm Screen NegativeHSV1 IgG Type Spec 14.14HSV2 IgG Type Spec 0.14?
HSV 1 IgG: HSV 1 is the virus associated with cold sores. 90% of american test positive for past exposure. HSV 2 is genital herpes. IgM refers to a new antibody formed from recent infection. IgG refers to an old antibody from past exposure. You are positive for only HSV1 IgG. So just like 90% of Americans you have been exposure to HSV1 in the past. You do not have HSV2. ...Read more
I'm having negative DNA ,Sm and Rnp antibodies, but positive sm/rnp antibody,and high ANA titre speckled,so what is the diagnosis ?
Lupus: These serologies are rather non specific. The speckled ANA is non specific. In Systemic Lupus Erythematosis (SLE) it is usually homogeneous in its staining. Anti-Sm and Anti RNP can be see in mixed connective-tissue diseases and overlaps with SLE, scleroderma and myositis. As often is the case a specific diagnosis cannot be made. You need to see a Rheumatologist. ...Read more
HSV 1 positive through blood test =[LIAISON assay using chemiluminescence immunoassay (CLIA) tech.] Index=1.47, how likely is it false positive?
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
Is a core positive antibody for hepetitis b is dangerous. Igm antibody negetive. Surface antigen negetive with surface antibody positive. Explain?
Antinuclear body titer value: anti nuclear anti body pattern: speckled / titer: 80 (0 to 200) what means 80 (0 to 200) is a positive test?
Depends...: ANA titers of 1:80 are indeterminant. 1:40 is considered negative, 1:160 is positive. It depends on what symptoms you are having and why the test was ordered in the first place. http://www.medicinenet.com/antinuclear_antibody/page3.htm https://en.Wikipedia.Org/wiki/anti-nuclear_antibody. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Misinformed?: Who told you that your hep c test was false? If you have no viral load that means you cleared an infection. Are you sure you are getting the right advice? ...Read more