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Old 06-02-2012, 09:34 PM   #1
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ASO count of 430


My daughter is 10yrs old and had soar throat followed by fever in Oct, 2011. Our pediatrician treated her with antibiotics for fever and within a week she is normal. At that time we were not recommended any tests.

Recently she started complaining about minor body pains and we got blood test done. Her ASO count is 430.

Her ECG and all other tests are normal and my daughter isn't complaining about anything else.

What does high ASO count indicate? Our pediatrician is ruling out rheumatic fever.

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