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103.5 fever-no sympt. chest xray showed opacities on humerus-artifacts? wbc 2.6 rbc 4.22 platelets 98 monocytes 19.5 lymphocytes 25 sed rate 16 bili.4

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Dr. Paul Velt
Diagnostic Radiology 42 years experience
These blood values: are quite abnormal along with the fever. The underlying problem needs immediate attention. The bone opacity may or may not be part of the condition but see your doctor.

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A 32-year-old female asked about a female:

103.5 fever-no sympt. Chest xray showed opacities on humerus-artifacts? WBC 2.6 RBC 4.22 Platelets 98 Monocytes 19.5 Lymphocytes 25 Sed Rate 16 Bili.4

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Dr. John Goldman
Rheumatology 55 years experience
Start hematology: these are important symptoms. It may be that you already are singing hematologist, but I definitely would encourage that. I certainly am uncertain with the diagnosis is but this seems to be the best way to start to get the clues. It seems that the low here it is counterintuitive. Be certain it is done fresh enough center central lab is only a fresh right in that one sent out to a cit seems that the low here it is counterintuitive. Be certain it is done fresh

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