LOW ANTI-SS-A (RO) TEST RESULT POSITIVE REFERENT VALUES. What does low Anti-SS-A (Ro) test result positive referent values level mean?
If you test positive for this autoantibody you may be more likely to get skin rashes and to suffer from Sjögren’s syndrome. It can pass across the placenta in pregnancy.
If you carry it and decide to have a baby, your pregnancy will be more closely monitored.
LOW ANTI-SS-A (RO) TEST RESULT NEGATIVE REFERENT VALUES
HIGH ANTI-SS-A (RO) TEST RESULT NEGATIVE REFERENT VALUES
LOW ANTI-SS-A (RO) TEST RESULT EQUIVOCAL REFERENT VALUES
HIGH ANTI-SS-A (RO) TEST RESULT EQUIVOCAL REFERENT VALUES
HIGH ANTI-SS-A (RO) TEST RESULT POSITIVE REFERENT VALUES
Anti-SS-A (Ro) values and definitions
- Ions and trace metals
- Acid-base and blood gases
- Liver function
- Cardiac tests
- Tumour markers
- Other enzymes and proteins
- Other electrolytes and metabolites
Other Anti-SS-A (Ro) related tests :
Cytoplasmic/classical anti-neutrophil cytoplasmic antibodies (c-ANCA)
Perinuclear anti-neutrophil cytoplasmic antibodies (p-ANCA)
Anti-mitochondrial antibodies (AMA)
Reumatoid factor (RF)
Antistreptolysin O titre (ASOT)
Anti-citrullinated protein antibodies