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High Protein Spinal Fluid Lupus
Lupus erythematosus is a name given to a collection of autoimmune diseases, in which the human immune system becomes hyperactive and attacks normal, healthy tissues.Symptoms of these diseases can affect many different body systems, including joints, skin, kidneys, blood ...Read more
CSF protein : The adult range of cerebrospinal (CSF) protein is 18 to 58 mg per dl (0.18 to 0.58 g per l). Elevated levels can indicate multiple possibilities: infections, intracranial hemorrhages, multiple sclerosis, guillain barré syndrome, malignancies, some endocrine abnormalities, certain medication use, and a variety of inflammatory conditions. Please ask your doctor about results in your own case. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My dad has been diagnosed for "Encephalitis". Doctors are not clearly able to find root casuse. All tests (EEG, MRI, Blood Test etc) came clear. Lumber punture test revealed high protein in spinal fluid, Hence doctors are speculating case of "Encephalitis
Incomplete question.: Your question is incomplete and we don't know what information you are looking for. I am sorry your dad is sick! ...Read more
CSF protein : The adult range of cerebrospinal (CSF) protein is 18 to 58 mg per dl (0.18 to 0.58 g per l). Elevated levels can indicate multiple possibilities: infections, intracranial hemorrhages, multiple sclerosis, guillain barré syndrome, malignancies, some endocrine abnormalities, certain medication use, and a variety of inflammatory conditions. Please ask your doctor about results in your own case. ...Read more
What does this mean:cerebral spinal fluid analysis: glucose 3.3 mmol/l, chlorides 92.3 mmol/l, protein 0.66 g/l, cytosis 208 (10^6)/l lymphocytes90%?
Is there a link between diabetic neuropathy and protein in the spinal fluid and if so what can be done to treat it ?
Whatcauses high c-reactive protein ihave IBS andfamily history of lupus could either of these be the cause?
I have lupus and concerned with my test results having high levels of protein and blood in my urine. Infection and blood clot in my kidney last year. ?
I'm concerned too: Lupus produces problems with the kidney filters more often than not, and this usually announces itself as blood and protein in the urine. Your physician knows how to manage this with others labs. If you had a renal vein thrombosis, it's very serious and you need long-term management by a competent nephrologist. Read up on lupus nephritis and on urinalysis and how to understand the big picture. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had a urine test no bacteria, but high protein and ketones. I have a high ANA ...could ketones and protein be related to lupus?
Possibly: Yes-possibly lupus related.Get a more detailed answer ›
High total protein , positive Ana ,low red bc width. Dr looking for auto immune disease. Could this be lupus ? Also have small fiber n.
Possible but...: Your doctor should focus on your main complaints, signs or symptoms. Lupus an autoimmne disorder that could be difficult to diagnose, not only has lab abnormalities but again a constellation of symptoms that should be evaluated by a rheumatologist if in doubt. Healthy people can have a positive ANA test, again it matters the context in which you order such tests. ...Read more
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