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Bcr Abl Rearrangement W Reflex
Years of persistent unknown luekocytosis(15-25k)&thrombosis(465-525).Jak2 and bcr-abl=negative. Et? Or what kind of "hidden" issue could be causative?
Many: There are many causes of this picture. Perhaps the most common is hidden infection or inflammation and iron deficiency. Other causes include chronic myeloid leukemia with other rare mutation, chronic neutrophilic leukemia, myelofibrosis, etc. You probably would benefit from hematology consultation. Lap score many be useful as well. ...Read more
Why this question???: Unless you are doing some research yourself, this question has zero relevance for your/anyone's treatment for cml. So let us keep life simple and straightforward and not complicate it for all of us who are trying to help patients in desperate need for quick and simple guidance! ...Read more
In Bone marrow test BCR-ABL Translocation ratio is 56.31% is it serious condition or not please provide the corresponding treatment for the result?
CML: Refer your test report for interpretation. This usually indicates a positive BCR-ABL translocation, specific for the diagnosis of CML (chronic myelogenous leukemia) in the right clinical presentation. CML is a very treatable disease now with oral pills such as Gleevec, Tasigna, and Sprycel with very high response rate. Good luck! Of note, this can also occur in ALL. ...Read more
WBC Count is high,BCR-ABL Translocation ratio is 56.31% in bone marrow test. what is the exact problem? Please provide the solution
Demand an answer: You have chronic granulocytic leukemia or one of its close relatives and you should have been told. There's no "solution" in terms of an easy cure, but this is a manageable illness. You owe it to yourself both to get the full picture from your physicians, and read up on this family of illnesses and the treatment options -- medication versus (at your young age) possible curative transplant Rx. ...Read more
After a stem cell transplant 15 years ago, my BCR-ABL blood test is again positive for CML.
What do you suggest as the best medication on the market?
Oncologist: I suggest which ever medications your oncologist recommends. ...Read more
Urine test: Urinanalysis is test commonly done to check for infection, blood, sugar, ketones etc. The reflex microscopic portion is done automatically if the initial test shows any abnormality. For example, if there are signs of infection, then technicians will automatically look at the specimen under the microscope to see if there are any bacteria. This helps to decide on further testing and treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tsh w/ reflex test read 1.20 and the range was 0.27- 4.20. Is this low norm or healthy norm? I was already diagnosed with hypo earlier this yr.
Need more info: The TSH level needs to be looked at in the context of your other thyroid levels. If you are not on any medication this might be interpreted as normal but your level of free T4 and free T3 as well as your thyroid antibodies need to be analyzed as well. If your free T4 and/or free T3 levels are low, then the TSH level might not be reflecting exactly what is going on with your thyroid. ...Read more
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