Hi all, so the last lot of bloods my Rheumatologist ordered are considerably more extensive than before. I have had a positive ANA 1:160 up until June 2017 nucleolar pattern and am due for this lot to be taken next week. This time on top of the usual anti-nuclear antibody screen, C34 and anti dsDNA its got ENA and anti-cardiolipin antibodies as well. Never heard of the anti cardiolipin antibodies before, just wondered if anyone else has please.
Also, next to the clinical data on this request it looks like this: Raynauds? CTD
But the copy of his request back in August 2016 it says: Late onset Raynauds.
Any ideas what this might mean please?