Would bursitis show up as inflammation in my blood test?

Not usually. Blod tests for inflammation are very non specific. The easiest way to diagnose bursitis is to image the affected joint with an MRI - non contrast.

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I have 2 MRI that show white spots, I have inflammation in my blood test, a spinal tap 5 olblglobin bands, postive lupus doctors say I?

Possibly . Those little white spots that you mention are common as we age. Without having seen them it is difficult to say but can be many different things. But certainly lupus celebrities is always at least a thought. If all your tests point to lupus then this would as we say consistent with that. If not then what these white spots may be should widen. Best wishes . Read more...
Lupus. It looks like you are under the care of a doctor and have undergone extensive testing. Please follow your doctor's directions. Read more...

As no inflammation show on blood test. X-ray normal. Doc send me for physio. Knees tight stiff & fatigue. Could I still ask for another opinion?

You may. It is always feasible to get a second opinion, however, you may wish to give the current treatment a chance to work. If in three months you are not better, it would be time to reconsider. Read more...