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Suffering from fever, joint pain. Report shows hepatitis two cells, positive ANA intensity. Meaning?

HI Doctorr, This is XXXXX. Find below a medical report of My Friends mom. She is suffering from fever for one one month followed by joint pain.The report they have given is as follows ANA-Intensity:1+ positivein 1:100titer pattern:Hep 2 cells: granular covering nucleus.suggestive of anti jo1 pattern. could you please let me know what this report says.Is it some thing serious.Please Let me know
Asked On : Tue, 25 Dec 2012
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Hi abhay ! I seems to me case of autoimmune disease means body fighting with it's own organ , in her case as your report says ! It is a case of autoimmune hepatitis and rheumatoid arthritis. She need immune suppressive drug .and if fever give paracetamol. Relax nothing too complicated. Please consult the doctor for further dose.
Answered: Wed, 26 Dec 2012
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