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What is a <0.03 result for AChR Binding Abs, Serum
What is a 19 result for AChR Blocking Abs, Serum
what is a <12 result for AChR Modulating Ab?
Ordering MD?: You're being tested for myasthenia gravis, but you know that, right? The ordering physician is obligated to review test results and explain them. No? Those are negative titers, but THEY'RE not the patient; YOU are. Test results are meaningless by themselves. Your doc ordered them for a reason. That's the person you should be asking. ...Read more
Antistreptolysin o ab of 1266.7 what is wrong with me? Uric acid7.2 (serum), c-reactive protein, quant 12.3 i feel awful!
Need a history: As a pathologist whose life focus has been lab medicine, i'm always reminding people that labs by themselves mean nothing. Plenty of people have an aso titer as high as yours, whether or not they've had strep throat recently; it's one piece of a puzzle. Whatever prompted ordering an aso (kidney? Joints?) is the key to specialist referral if your pcp can't answer. ...Read more
Whats the meaning of Herpes Type 1 IgG- Serum Positive, Herpes Type 2 IgG - Serum Negative and Herpes 1+2 IgM Ab Serum Negative? Thats my results
HSV1, no HSV2: The results mean you are carrying herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV1), usually from oral infection in childhood, so you probably have had it for years. But if you have had symptoms that suggest genital herpes, it could be a genital infection. You do not have HSV2, the usual cause of genital herpes. I takes up to 12 weeks for positive results, so these results do not exclude recent infection. ...Read more
Can you help me understand this result? Hsv-2 (Herpes Simplex Virus Type 2) Igg Ab, Serum ABNORMAL Herpes II Ab.(IgG): >8.0 ai
Hi.. id like to know what 3.5mg/dl serum creatinine signify along with a creatinine clearance of 45?
Kidney problem: Creatinine clearance is a measure of kidney function. This organ filters the blood of waste. If optimally working, the clearance should be well over 90, and if it is lower, creatinine builds up in the serum. This can occur in longstanding kidney injury or after acute damage (both of which have many possible causes) ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hyperbilirubinemia: Yes, it is elevated..and several things can attribute to this. Alcoholic hepatitis, gallstones, cirrhosis, transfusion reactions and pancreatic cancers to name several causes. Gilbert's syndrome is a common, mild liver condition in which the liver doesn't properly process a substance called bilirubin. Bilirubin is produced by the breakdown of red blood cells. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Clot vs no clot: Serum is the liquid portion of the blood that is obtained after allowing the blood to clot. Plasma is the liquid portion of the blood that is obtained by centrifugation of blood that is not allowed to clot. The difference between the two is that plasma has coagulation factors and other proteins that are not present in serum. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am not aware: Of any clinical use of dialyzed serum. Such products are available from animal sources and are utilized in culture systems for study of blood stem cells and progenitors. I would be suspect of a claim for human therapeutic use. ...Read more
I take lithium 1250mg per day, and have a serum level of 0.8. How much should I increase my dose by to get to a serum level of 0.9 - 1?
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