Can someone explain this test result...

Ury Erez uerez at bluewin.ch
Wed Jan 12 04:38:03 EST 2000

> I was seeing a neurologist for neuropathic type symptoms in my legs and feet.
> He had me undergo some extensive blood work and autonomic testing, but has
> been taken ill himself and has gone out of state for treatment.  I have
> the results of the testing and am trying to get an appointment at the local
> medical college.
> Can anyone explain these test results to me......
> Autonomic testing indicates "minimal adregenic neuropathy."
> Blood work shows "abnormal" for ANA screen (positive), "abnormal"
> for ANA pattern (homogenous), and "abnormal" for ANA titer (1:320).
> What do these findings indicate?  I am a 43 y/o male with foot pain
> (bilateral) as well as leg tingling/prickling, cold sensations, etc.
> No numbness or weakness.
> Any insight would be greatly appreciated.  Thank you!     Stan
Those test are an Index that you have Autoantibodies.
Try to consult a good Internist or Allergolist
all the best

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