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Treatment for deficiency in signal recognition protein - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   hi, its XXXXXXXX xxx
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   Dr xxx here
User :   isir what is anti signal reco protin
Doctor :   How can i help you ?
Doctor :   may i know, where have u got this detail and what is this in regard to?
User :   dermetomyosytis
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   i guess, u are refering to antibodies in the blood , to muscle and skin proteins
User :   haw can deficiency in signal recoginal protien be treated
User :   yes
Doctor :   dermatomyositis is a type of auto immune disease
User :   yes
Doctor :   and it needs to be diagnossed with sEROLOGY as well as skin biopsy depending on the severity
Doctor :   it is treated with immunosuppression and steroid therapy
User :   ok wher in punjab be contacted for means any hospital
Doctor :   any tertiary hospital, referral center with rheumatology services can give u effective treatment
Doctor :   the best center is i guess PGI chandigarh
Doctor :   where all types of treatment can be availed
User :   ok
User :   department to be contacted in PGI, means i shaould look or contact for which type of doctor
Doctor :   Dept of rheumatology,
User :   ok. thanks
User :   regards
User :   XXXXXXXX gupta
Doctor :   also there are very good hospitals with rheuamatology in delhi as well
Doctor :   you are welcome
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