cryoglobulin


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cryoglobulin

(ˌkraɪəʊˈɡlɒbjʊlɪn)
n
(Biochemistry) med an abnormal immunoglobulin, present in the blood in certain diseases, that precipitates below about 10°C, obstructing small blood vessels in the fingers and toes
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Translations

cryoglobulin

n. crioglobulina, globulina que se precipita del suero por acción del frío.
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cryoglobulin

n crioglobulina
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Serological tests for hepatitis B, hepatitis C, and human immunodeficiency virus, as well as cryoglobulin, cold agglutinin, and C3 and C4 were all negative.
Immunological tests showed an antinuclear antibody ratio of 1: 160 with a speckled pattern, anti-SSA/Ro antibody 1: 16, rheumatoid factor 123.9 IU/mL (<15), positive direct Coombs test, and myeloperoxidase (MPO)-ANCA 129 U/mL(<3.5), whereas the tests for cryoglobulin, anti-hepatitis C, anti-aminoacyl transfer RNA synthetase, anti-double-strand DNA, anti-RNP, anti-Sm, anti-SSB/La, and anti-phospholipid antibodies were all negative.
Our patient also had associated mixed cryoglobulinemia, which was evidenced by a positive cryoglobulin level with high rheumatoid factor levels.
A serum test for a cryoglobulin precipitation was negative.
less than 0.50) CSF, cell count RBCs: 7 Nucleated cells: 21 CSF, differential Neutrophils: 3% Lymphocytes: 81% Monocytes: 16% CSF, VDRL Negative CSF, autoimmune Negative encephalopathy panel CSF, Lactic acid WNL Paraneoplastic Negative panel HIV 1&2 antibody Negative ASO Negative AFP Negative RPR Non-reactive ANA Negative ENA panel Negative VIT b12 WNL Cryoglobulin Negative Hepatitis B and C Negative ANCA MPO PR3 Negative C3&C4 WNL SPEP (check) No abnormal protein band detected WNL: within normal limit, SPEP: serum protein electrophoresis, ref: reference.
In this article, we aim to present a case with truncal EED and elevated cryoglobulin level.
The cryoglobulin count in her blood steadily decreased, and by April of this year it was undetectable.
RF, ANA, ANCAs, specific anti- No erosion /2005 [3] filaggrin antibody, and cryoglobulin were negative Dendle et al.
Anti-double-stranded DNA, anti-extractable nuclear antigen antibody, anti-glomerular basement membrane antibody and cryoglobulin were not detected.
The diagnosis of antiphospholipid syndrome (anti-cardiolipin and anti-[beta]2-glycoprotein antibodies, lupus anticoagulant), systemic vasculitis (pANCA, cANCA, cryoglobulin), and systemic connective tissue disease (RF, ANA) were negative.