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Immunofixation Showed Acute Inflammatory Pattern
Crp .1 mg/l. Ra/anti-dsdna antibs/ana all negative. Why might hematology report indicate "suggested reactive or inflammatory process"? Also noted subset of reactive lymphocytes, occasionally atypical.
See below : Reactive (atypical) lymphocytes are usually due to viral illness or stressor on the body. It could be due to a medicine reaction or autoimmune disorder as well. Your CRP level of 0.1 is very low which is good. And your ra/anti ds dna are negative. So overall they didn't find anything abnormal and they called it possibly due to reactive process. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ana positive 1:80 homogeneous pattern & 1:160 centromere pattern...Additional tests needed or just by centromere pattern crest & scleroderma r present?
Can celiac disease cause a positive ANA with a centromere pattern 1:160 n homogeneous pattern 1:80?
Male age 40 with hep b HBsAG +ve.Blood test show cholesterol 204, neutrophils 41.4%(2400), lymphocytes 49.1%(2840). Acute or chronic? Need treatment?
Hepatitis B Therapy: In general, hepatitis b in a chronic form needs a full evaluation including hbsag, hbsab, hbeag/ab, viral dna, AFP and sonogram. Depending on these results, therapy may be indicated. Please review attached video for further info: http://www.Laendo.Net/english/hepatitis-b-91916493vi. ...Read more
ANA 1:160 homogenous, anti ssDNA 42, normal Rh factor, ESR, anti dsDNA , neg HLA B27. Tests due to severe joint pain- is this indicative of lupus??
BIOPSY RESULT SUGGESTIVE OF NONNECROTIZING GRANULOMATOUS INFLAMMATION NO PHENOTYPICALLY ABNORMAL LYMPHOID POPULATION DETECTED WHAT DOES IT MEAN?
Chronic inflammation: The tissue provided to the pathologist showed chronic inflammation. No cancer was seen. The biopsy was not diagnostic of a particular disease. Biopsy results need to be interpreted in association with rest of your medical history, symptoms, signs, and other tests and imaging studies. ...Read more
Can inflammation from a severe lupus flare cause an elevated d dimer of 1600? Crp over 200. Esr 50.
See below: Elevated CRP and ESR can be signs of lupus glare up. Lupus can cause hypercoagulable state (meaning you can form clots in the body even if you don't need to). D- dimer is a test for to check for by products of clots in the body. Elevated d dimer needs to be attended by doctor asap. ...Read more
Muscle Biopsy Results Meaning? rare chronic inflammatory
cells, composed of CD3/CD8 positive T-lymphocytes and CD68 positive macrophages.
All lab test need ..: With data we need clinical context. That is why you are having trouble. There is not enough information to provide an interpretation. ...Read more
Mild Psoriasis sufferer, chronic pain right forarm & elbow. Blood tests 80 titre ana, positive anticentromere. Psoriatic arthritis or scleroderma?
Occam's Razor: Usually Systemic Sclerosis and/or limited Scleroderma is not characterized by arthritis like you describe. The typical biomarker the anti Scl-70 (anti-topoisermorase). Symptoms have to be put into context and better described than elbow and forearm pain. This one you should see a rheumatologist about. Dermatology would be useful as well. Best of luck! ...Read more
Feel great - incidental finding ANA 1:160 after acute sinusitis. Then had Anti-DNA, Ant-Smith, SSA/SSB, RNP, SCL-70, Centromere, and Thyroid labs all normal. Does this exclude autoimmune disorder?
Recent blood work shows IgA of 4.16 and urine states "monoclonal IgA lambda detected." what does this indicate?
Not sure: The ANA is a nonspecific test and can be seen in numerous disorders and even in normal individuals. The ANA must be evaluated in light of the clinical picture and more specific lab testing. Depending on the CRP test used, a value of 4.8 may be normal or it may be elevated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can chronic low & giant platelets (80-125) w/o a cause be ITP in adult w. Henoch Schonlein? In/out of HSP remission, Plts same, WBC/RBC vary low-norml
Hsp: hsp doesn't cause any changes in platelet count. I am not sure what do you mean been in and out of remission. The chronic issues with hsp is the blood in the urine, butost of the time it is microscopic. Blood pressure need to be monitored. If you have other issues with platelet count, you probably need to see hematologist to help you sort it out ...Read more
P-Anca positive, negative MPO??? Wegener's vasculitis suspected due to clinical symptoms. 6 yr old with juvenile arthritis.
Autoimmune: The positive ANCA test supports the diagnosis of an autoimmune disorder but with a negative MPO test (of one the proteins in the neurophils targeted by the disease) the possible diagnoses are many including Wegener's, RA, and others. Further testing including a biopsy may be required. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
30 year old female. diangosis Hashiimoto's. Recent WBC 4.4, segmented neutrophils 42.7, lymphocytes 42.6. rest of CBC WNL. Previous Labs over past 10 years show similar readings with lowest in 2010 WBC 3.9, neutrophils 45.6, lymphocutes 38.7. Could this
ANA 1:320 Homogenous pattern, positive ssDNA, and chromatin antibodies 60 u/ml. Fatigue and joint pain. Is lupus a possibility?
Yes: 1:320 along with positive ssDNA Ab and the symptoms you are having makes Systemic Lupus a strong possibility. I suggest seeing a Rheumatologist so they can also evaluate and potentially initiate treatments. ...Read more
ANA pattern was Nucleolar. Can gout or reynauds cause this pattern? Can u be neg & STILL show an Ana pattern? Ana titer was 1:40, Esr of 30.
Whoa: This is a low-titer ANA. I'd ignore the pattern -- there may be lab errors. The sed rate is also not so high as to really be that useful. This is information to note, but we'll need more before we can diagnose / treat CREST, lupus, scleroderma. Gout and common Raynaud's are unrelated to ANA and the vast majority of folks with ANA's at this titer have no illness related to it. ...Read more
I tested positive for the ANA screen, 1:160 titer, speckled pattern. Rheumatoid factor 21, SED rate 22. Does this indicate Rheumatoid arthritis?
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