Dignosis of Systemic Lupus Erythematosis Disease and its Effect on some of the Variables in the Body
Rafidain Journal of Science,
2013, Volume 24, Issue 8, Pages 1-10
Abstract45 blood samples were collected from people suffering from different symptoms, with 5 samples of the healthy people as a control, were the presence of Antinuclear antibodies was screened using ELISA Technique as it appeared in 13 cases and by 28.9% of patients, while Anti Extracts nuclear antibodies appeared in 3 cases only and by 6.66%, compared with control samples which did not show any type of Autoantibodies, where the incidence of SLE in 3 patients and by 6.66%. As shown 38.23% of the patients increase for the ESR, and 5.88% of the patients decrease of white blood cells count, and decrease in platelet count in 11.76% of patients, and showed a decrease in the values of Haemoglobin with 32.32% of the patients, it also appeared an increase of the uric acid in 6 cases and 13.3% of the patients, and appeared 11.11% of the patients increase of the Creatinine, also showed SLE disease higher in the females was 66.7% compare with male and the same percentage showed infection age group between 30-40 years old.
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