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Hla B-27

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  • Posted By: Vineet Talwar
  • October 28, 2006
  • 00:27 PM

I am a 23 year old Male who has been tested positive for HLA B-27 My CRP (C-reactive protien) is 0.7 mg/dl. R.F is Negative. ESR (Westergren) is 15.o mm/1st hr. The Antistreptolysin 'O' Antibodies is negative values less than 200IU/m.I have also got a 99m Tc-MDP three phase bone scan done the findings of which say:
Early dynamic and blood pool images reveal normal tracer perfusion and blood pool in the lumbar region.
Overall skeletal concentration of injected radiopharmaceutical is good with nominal soft tissue activity.
Abnormal increased tracer concentration is seen in the following regions:
1. Bilateral SI Joints.
2. Bilateral Pubic symphyses
Tracer distribution in the skull, spine, ribd and rest of the pelvis and extremities is within normal physiological limits.
Can some one suggest as to what I can do to overcome my this condition

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