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Elevated Sed Rate Effect On Ca 125
What are implications anti-DNA ss(119) elevated c reactive, imuglobulin e (3215) and elevated SED rate ?
Ca-125 (cancer antigen 125 or carbohydrate antigen 125) is a biomarker/tumor marker for ovarian cancer (etc); however, it is not sensitive or specific enough to use as a screening test. Also, a uk study showed that treating based on ca125 level did not improve outcomes. "125" comes from the 125th attempt to develop a marker. It was introduced by bast ...Read more
Inflammation : Both ESR and CRP reflect an inflammatory state. They need to be interpreted in the context of the clinical picture. At any rate, without knowing too much about you, i can say that it is a very good sign that your ESR normalized. A slight elevation of the sedimentation rate is nonspecific and may be meaningless. ...Read more
What is the implication of chronically elevated compliments 3 and 4 , sed rate c- reactive proteins?
My blood test recently showed I have a slightly elevated sed rate? All other tests came back normal. What now ?
My ANA is positive speckled 1:640 it was 1:160 in july. Sed rate is elevated. What does that mean for the ana? How bad is that?
Non-specific: In the absence of symptomatic expression of disease, titer and pattern of the ANA test, with the minimally (if at all) elevated ESR would suggest only that there is some non-specific source of inflammation and this could be nearly anything. Best thing to do is to have an astute pcp or a rheumatologist see you and order the appropriate diagnostic tests if they feel they are clinically warranted. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If my sed rate and CPK are mildly elevated should I be concerned? And what could be some reasons for the elevation? I also have a low iron count
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