A 41-year-old female asked:
4 year old with platelet of 600,000
crp 4.7 amylase 133 wbc 13.2 and monocytes high ?
2 doctor answers • 4 doctors weighed in
Internal Medicine 23 years experience
Signs of infection: I advise you to contact the doctor who examined the child and ordered the tests.
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Internal Medicine 52 years experience
See below: It's not possible to diagnose an illness just on the basis of isolated lab results. Interpretation depends upon the clinical context. Many conditions can cause elevation of the platelet count, CRP, amylase, WBC and monocytes. Mumps and pancreatitis can cause elevation of amylase and the other labs. Except for the high amylase, various other infections can also cause these laboratory results.
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Last updated Oct 13, 2020
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