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Table 1 Presenting Lab Results

From: Adolescent Sjogren’s syndrome presenting as psychosis: a case series

Initial LabsCase 1Case 2Case 3Case 4
CBC/CMPWNLWNLWNLAST 62 U/L, bilirubin 1.11 U/L
SSA> 8 iu/mL4.8 AI4.8 AI8 iu/mL
SSBNegative> 8 AI> 8 AINegative
CRPWNLWNL1.1 mg/dLWNL
ESRWNL57 mm/hr60 mm/hrWNL
C3/C4WNLWNLWNLWNL/9.6 mg/dL
ANA1:1280 Speckled1:1280 Speckled1:160 mixed1:640 speckled
dsDNA/Smith/RNP ABNegativeNegativeNegativeNegative
Ribosomal P/Neuronal/NMDA ABNegativeNegativeNegativeNegative
APS PanelNegativeNegativeNegativeNegative
Encephalopathy PanelNegativeNegativeNegativeNegative
TSH/TPOWNL/NegativeWNL/NegativeWNL/NegativeWNL/Negative
ImmunoglobulinsWNLIgG 2116 mg/dLWNLWNL
RFWNL58.7 IU/mLWNLWNL
UA/UtoxWNLWNLWNLWNL
  1. Key:
  2. CBC complete blood count, CMP complete metabolic panel, AST Aspartate aminotransferaseSSA Sjogren’s syndrome type A, SSB Sjogren’s syndrome type B, CRP C reactive protein, ESR erythrocyte sedimentation rate, C3 C3 Complement, C4 C4 Complement, ANA antinuclear antibody, dsDNA double stranded deoxyribonucleic acid, RNP ribonucleoprotein, AB antibody, NMDA neuronal, N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor, APS antiphospholipid syndrome, TSH thyroid stimulating hormone, TPO thyroid peroxidase, RF rheumatoid factor, UA urinalysis, Utox Urine toxicology