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Nucleolar pattern
Apr 28, 2009
... A nucleolar pattern is usually seen in people with either scleroderma or CREST syndrome. I'm not sure why the ANA patterns changed that would be a great question to ask your doctor. ... (15 replies)
... anyone out there with a positive ANA with a nucleolar pattern? ... (7 replies)
... Back from Rheumy and repeat blood work has same ana and pattern but white count is back to normal range so she said that is a good sign. ... (27 replies)

... And to the shiny skin, is there a pattern to it? ... (27 replies)
... to systemic sclero, if you have symptoms. It is quite rare so they don't usually do the extra antibody tests for it without symptoms like Raynaud's, even with a nucleolar pattern. They are far more accurate than ANA patterns. ... (27 replies)
... Hello, I am a somewhat strange case. Several years ago, after a sudden bout of walking pneumonia (with resulting lung nodules, and intermittent axillary and hilar adenopathy), and a year of bloodwork tests, (but no other symptoms, other than constant, mild acid reflux), I was diagnosed with mild, asymptomatic SLE. I tested positive for anticardiolipin antibodies and was... (7 replies)
... with a nucleolar pattern. Natropath recommended that I go to a rhumetologist and suggested possible scleroderma or polymyosistis. ... (1 replies)
... I had a positive abnormal ANA direct at lab corp with the RNP 7.3, test didn't show the pattern. Scleroderma antigens not tested. ... (10 replies)
Nucleolar pattern
Apr 28, 2009
... Dr. Bell said in some of his patients they do have a positive ANA and they do have a low white count. ... (15 replies)
Nucleolar pattern
Apr 28, 2009
... Hi CindyLou, Are you still seeing your CFS doctor? If so has he mentioned if CFS ever presents in an overlap with other diseases or if he still feels it's CFS even though you have neutropenia, leukopenia, and positive ANA? As you said your CFS doctor is world reknowned and therefore your diagnosis is most likely a very reliable one. It makes me wonder if possibly CFS could... (15 replies)
Nucleolar Pattern
Nov 25, 2008
... My ANA said that. There wasn't any other name with it. Like for instance, I used to be Homogenous and Speckled. It only said Nucleolar and nothing else. ... (0 replies)
... and the pattern just show how strong the antibodies are and what part of the cells the antibodies are attacking. ... (6 replies)
... and a nucleolar pattern. ... (5 replies)
... This is purely a guess...but since you mention a nucleolar pattern and facial scarring, the first thing that came to mind was scleroderma. I'm not saying it's what you have, but you can ask your dr. about it. ... (5 replies)
... that's what I have since I don't have any arthritis symptoms. I was put on an antibiotic for the pneumonia, but I don't believe it was one that causes the high ANA titer. Plus, that was 10 months ago. Everything I have read about scleroderma is so unsettling. Thanks again for your insight... ... (10 replies)
... And with that ANA pattern? ... (10 replies)
... which I understand is very high. The pattern was nucleolar, which I believe is more likely to be scleroderma. ... (10 replies)
Ana 1:80
Nov 13, 2004
... with nucleolar pattern for a while now as well as a low C3 level and anemia and leukopenia but the rest of the lupus panel was negative to include double strand DNA. ... (5 replies)
... and then double the stronger the ANA is. ... (6 replies)
... Also, you can have a positive ANA without having LUPUS. ... (2 replies)

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