A 28-year-old male asked:
Cbc done for intermittent fever for 5 days up to 102-103. abnormalities were: wbc 2.5 (l), platelets 112 (l), neutrophils 1.5 (l), lymphocytes 0.4 (l), monocyte % 18.4 (h), immature granulocyte % 0.8 (h). what could this mean?
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Medical Oncology 52 years experience
Any febrile illness raises questions about infection as the cause. Since Viral infections are common we need to check you for Influenza and COVID-19. Your blood counts also suggest a viral ILLNESS LIKE PATTERN OF Low WBC.
I recommend a repeat of CBC(Blood count) and follow the counts until they return to normal. If low blood counts persist , then you should consult a hematologist for further testi
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