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Lupus Nephritis Diagnosis

Creatine Kinase Counting Is Very High in Lupus

I was diagnosed with SLE (lupus) when I was 24 years old. Now, my creatine kinase (CK) counting is very high. At the moment, it is 2300. I also has Raynauds phenomenon. Then, I am so weak that I can ha...[Read More]

How to Test for Lupus

Lupus, or SLE, is one autoimmune disorder that is difficult to diagnose, because its signs and symptoms change from person to person. Thereby, laboratory tests are needed to diagnose Lupus, along with ...[Read More]

How Can lupus patient Know If he Has Lupus Nephritis

If a patient has lupus, he will have the possibility to have lupus nephritis, and how can he know if he has lupus nephritis? Lupus nephritis is caused by systemic lupus erythematosus, which is an autoi...[Read More]

How Can Lupus Nephritis Be Diagnosed In Its Early Stage

Lupus nephritis is autoimmune kidney disease. For patient with lupus nephritis, it will progress slowly and gradually, and patients kidney will have kidney failure eventually. So, diagnosing patients k...[Read More]

The Diagnostic Standards for Lupus Nephritis

Lupus Nephritis is caused by systemic Lupus erythematosus, sometimes Lupus Nephritis is easy to be diagnosed as primary glomerulopathy. American College of Rheumatology recommended the diagnostic stand...[Read More]

Creatinine Level 108 and Lupus

Lupus is a autoimmune disease which easily causes kidney damage, known as Lupus Nephritis. Creatinine level 108 is still in the normal range for men, but a little higher for women. Is creatinine level ...[Read More]

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