Immunofixation

What is Immunofixation?

Immunofixation permits the detection and typing of monoclonal antibodies or immunoglobulins in serum or urine. It is of great importance for the diagnosis and monitoring of certain blood related diseases such as myeloma.

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In a recent blood test the results showed elevated sodium 146, gamma- globulin 1.7,Alk-phosphatase 123. Low level erythrocytes at 4.23. Impression,...

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No evidence of multiple myeloma.

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I'm being evaluated for multiple myeloma, MGUS, amyloidosis, and other monoclonal protein disorders, following an adult age diagnosis of...

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High IgA,lowIgG & high kappa/lambda ratio abnormal,but not a disease state

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Rash on neck and itchy
Never get cold sores etc
I do have fibromyalgia and cheinic hives
Any idea what it could bw?


I am sleeping cant get going...

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Possibly urticaria. Levocetrizine tablets would help.

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Bence XXXXXXX protein was seen in my urine and high Erythrocytes 0.3 as well as Leukocyte Esterase 75 what does this mean 26 years old , 163 cm and...

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Rash on neck and itchy Never get cold sores etc I do have fibromyalgia and cheinic hives Any idea what it could bw? I am sleeping cant get going...

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In a recent blood test the results showed elevated sodium 146, gamma- globulin 1.7,Alk-phosphatase 123. Low level erythrocytes at 4.23. Impression,...

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Hi, I have received back some blood test which appeared to be fairly ok....accept I noticed a test the doctor did not bring up that concerns me....

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