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Probability for lupus w/ seizures, peeling rash on hands, arthritis, low WBC and rbc, kidney/liver symt, and anticardiolipin antibodies and fam. Hist?

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Dr. Ronald Krauser
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
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In brief: High

The answer lies with the results of the blood tests.
If the ANA is positive you have lupus. If the ANA and other autoantibodies are negative then you can still have lupus. Trust your rheumatologist.

In brief: High

The answer lies with the results of the blood tests.
If the ANA is positive you have lupus. If the ANA and other autoantibodies are negative then you can still have lupus. Trust your rheumatologist.
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