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You could have an MRA (magnetic resonance angiography ) to look at the arteries of your head. If you have vasculitis then it would show abnormal tapering of arteries..
If certain types of vasculitis are suspected ( temperol arthritis ) then a biopsy of a temperol artery may be done to establish diagnosis
Vasculitis usually causes extremely high inflammatory markers --sed rate and C-reactive protein
Your ANA and p-ANCA are a bit high but not terribly and these labs alone are nonspecific ...these alone are not diagnostic ....
You can get antibody testing for suspected potential infections
The tinnitus may be a separate issue and I would advise you consult an ENT specialist for that ...
The ANA results you state are not so high to make me suspect a high likelihood of lupus for example as these clinical cases usually have higher titers such as 1:320...as example ...this lab can fluctuate up and down ....
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