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This question was answered on Thu 15, Mar 2012 12:06pm by Dr. Kumar

Kappa/Lambda ratio


    
Asked by hopefaith2 (Female ) on Fri 29, Apr 2011 03:45pm

Hi my kappa is .15 my lambda us .88 and my ratio is .17. Is this something to worry about? My IGg is 1000 normal, IGa 114 normal, and is IGm all normal. I have had 2 very differeng opinions.

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Answer by Dr. Kumar  on Thu 15, Mar 2012 12:06pm:

Hello, Your questions are incomplete. What is your bone marrow report? what is skeletal survey? Why were these test asked for? God bless,all the best

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