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Ra titer was 42 IU/ml and cyclic peptide IGG was 250. ESR and CRP were normal. Thoughts?

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Dr. William Lages
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
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In brief: See below

RA is not diagnosed by tests alone.
Normal people can have positive tests and people with RA can have confusing tests. Diagnosis and treatment is based on a careful history and physical, x_rays and laboratory tests. All are necessary.

In brief: See below

RA is not diagnosed by tests alone.
Normal people can have positive tests and people with RA can have confusing tests. Diagnosis and treatment is based on a careful history and physical, x_rays and laboratory tests. All are necessary.
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