What are the commonest differentials for CRP levels of more than 100?

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What does it mean if you have a high C-reactive protein?  Medically reviewed by Stacy Sampson, D.O. — Written by Jennifer Huizen on November 6, 2018 Procedure Symptoms Ranges Interpreting the results Most likely causes Takeaway C-reactive protein is a substance that the liver makes in response to inflammation. The C-reactive protein test measures the amount of this protein in the blood. The test can help to diagnose acute and chronic conditions that cause inflammation. A wide variety of inflammatory conditins:- autoimmune conditions, including rheumatoid arthritis (RA), lupus, and certain types of inflammatory bowel disease, such as Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis pericarditis, which is inflammation of the lining of the heart infection mostly in lung,urinary tract,skin and soft tissues. organ and tissue injury cancer obesity

A wide variety of inflammatory conditins:- autoimmune conditions, including rheumatoid arthritis (RA), lupus, and certain types of inflammatory bowel disease, such as Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis pericarditis, which is inflammation of the lining of the heart infection mostly in lung,urinary tract,skin and soft tissues. organ and tissue injury cancer obesity

Autoimmune disorder.....Sepsis..& Septicemia...Malignancy...Koch 's lession.....Where there is an information involved. High value like 100 + is indicative the probability of Cytokinesis..Cytokinesis storm..

CRP... acute phase reactant... V. High value... Tissue necrosis Sepsis Severe inflammatory conditions Autoimmune disorders Malignancy.

High CRP indicates Inflamation Sepsis Covid 19 severe stage RA active stage RHD severe one Pericarditis Autoimune disorder Graft rejection Septicemia shock

Commonest differential for CRP level of more than 100 indicate marked increase ( 3,4)

Severe infection, sepsis

It depends on the clinical setting. Whether it's adult or child. Done for fever or joint pains

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