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A 41-year-old female asked:

i have low rbc3.74, brdr low wbc4.2, brdr hi mcv97, low neutro34, brdr hi lymphs46, hi eos11, low abs neutro1.4, hi abs eos.5, in situ melanoma. metastasis?

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Dr. Bonnie Bock
Infectious Disease 47 years experience
Can not tell: Several abnormalities with the CBC as stated can be due to many underlying diagnosisask your doctor what the CBC results are due to.
Dr. Richard Orr
Surgical Oncology 44 years experience
No!: In situ melanoma does not metastasize, has nothing to do with blood counts. In situ means that the melanoma cells are in the very outer layers and cannot reach the blood stream or lymphatics.Simple removal (excision) is curative. If your hemoglobin is ok, the rbc and MCV are more or less meaningless and WBC of 4.2 is fine. Many people have a mildly high eosinophil count, especially if allergies.

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