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Understanding My Blood Test Results

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3 hours ago, Nichole82 said:

what's this mean? 

 

ZZENDOTIT: ENDOMYSIAL AB TITER

TNP
ZZENDOAB: ENDOMYSIAL AB IGA TNP
ZZIGA CELIAC: IGA, SERUM 272
ZZTTGABIGA: (TTG) AB, IGA <1
ZZTTGABIGG: (TTG) AB, IGG TNP
ZZINTER: INTERPRETATION SEE NOTE

I agree, information seems to be missing.  I assume that TNP means “test not performed”.  So, no EMA IgA or TTG IgG probably because your Immunoglobulin IgA is most likely normal (ranges are normally provided and this lab likes to save costs.   Not sure of the range for the TTG IgA, so I would hate to guess.  It might be negative.  Ask the lab for complete results or your doctor.  

If you still suspect celiac disease, note that some celiacs are seronegative and some (like me) never test positive to either the EMA or TTG.  In my case, I need the DGP test.  You could ask for that or go to a biopsy of the small intestine.  Consult with a GI.  

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