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Please help with cunningham panel interpretation

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We recently got results of Cunningham Panel.


D1: 1000

D2: - Pending

Lysoganglioside: 80

Tubulin: 4000

Cam Kinase: 174


The test doesn't mention Likely or not likely due to pending D2 assay results.


My son is 4.5 years old with Autism. He is non verbal , vocal stims, OCD, Visual stims, cognitive delays etc.We did Lyme testing through IGenex Western Blot. IgM: 41 +, 31- IND, 39- IND, 83-93 - IND

IgG: 41 +


CD 57 : 10

High Coxsackie titers : 1:400 Ref: <1:100


We are doing some Biomedical treatments through DAN doctor for past 2 years and none of the treatments really helped much for his vocal stims, visual stims. He is still delayed with cognition, speech.


Can I know if anyone has got similar results of Cunningham panel and got diagnosed for PANDAS ? Treatments that really helped ? I really don't know which doctor to see and where to start with these results? My DAN doctor doesn't pay much attention to Lyme/ PANDAS/PANS.


Thanks in advance



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I have spoken to them on the phone and they have been helpful. My son is also still missing one panel. On the phone results were interpreted as significant and last result won't change overall diagnosis.

My son got the most help with Lyme treatment and IV abx. He happens to see an autism doc with ILADS training, now treating Lyme and PANDAS. He has patients with multiple issues.

Out old doc would say Cd57 level of 10 shows an immune system highly affected by Lyme. Would also say that level would probably need to be treated with IV abx.

Any viral testing completed?

What state do you live in?

LymeNet.org has a physician request section of their forum.


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