Can nucleolar pattern be associated with Hashimoto's or something other than scleroderma?

Blood tests. Nucleolar pattern is associated with scleroderma, but is also subject to interpretation. If there are signs and symptoms of disease, then a nucleolar ANA may be significant. With no specific signs and symptoms, it is more likely to be a red herring.

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Lab tests showed the following: ANA w/titre & pattern 1:320 and a thyroid peroxidase ab 484.0...Could high ANA be because of positive hashimoto's?

No. Hoshimoto's is an autoimmune disease. ANA is elevated in autoimmune diseases. Hoshimoto's doesn't cause the elevated ANA but an autoimmune state causes both the elevated ANA and thyroid antibodies which cause hoshimoto's. Read more...