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Can You Have Lymphoma With Normal Blood Work
Depend on what : Normal labs you are talking. The diagnosis of lupus depends on recognition of characteristic multisystem disease and exclusion of infection and malignancy. Autoantibodies are important, but those specific for sle do not make the diagnosis in the absence of typical clinical presentation. Autoantibodies are the hallmark but must be interpreted with caution and in context. Persistent high titter of. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes.: Unfortunately there is no blood test generally available at this time to screen for early cancer. Routine lab studies will usually be normal. Your best option is to try to avoid cancer: No tobacco, stay on the slim side, lots of exercise, eat only organic produce and sharply reduce consumption of meat,chicken,dairy. For more information on diet: go to NutritionFacts.org ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I suppose: Theoretically, yes. Practically, no. Leukemia will not be suspected if the blood count is normal. In theory, leukemia, as it is first occurring, may affect the bone marrow before it affects the blood count. However, a bone marrow examination will probably not be done at that stage. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can you be diagnosed with leukemia at age 26? And can CBC WBC come back normal, with low-normal hemoglobin and still have leukemia?
Yes: Lymphoma is a cancerous condition coming from lymphocytes, one type of white blood cells that protect your body from infection. Usually it arises from lymph glands or lymphoid tissues (tonsils, spleen etc) and rarely from non lymphoid tissue (bowels, thyroid). It would not cause change in blood count unless the bone marrow is involved and overwhelmed by the cancer cells which then will be stage iv. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Let me clarify: Leukemia begins in the bone marrow and then spills over into your blood. The symptoms are absent until your blood counts are affected by the leukemic process. This may take 1 to 3 months but it is difficult to time the exact onset of leukemia in the marrow . The symptoms are due to Anemia(low hemoglobin/RBCs), Infections(due to low white cell count) and abnormal bleeding due to low platelet counts ...Read more
Can you have sepsis with no symptoms and normal regular blood work with no recent infections that you can recall?
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What can cause slightly elevated neutrophils? All other blood work normal, and doctor didn't make mention of this result. Have been sick with a cold.
Can you have normal CBC wit diff and chem 14 and bun if you is living with HIV for 10 years untreated will your blood work be normal and x rays normal?
Can someone please explain bone pain in leukemia? If CBC blood work was normal, can I still. Have leukemia?
Leukemia...: Leukemia is an uncontrolled proliferation of malignant cells in the bone marrow. The marrow is composed of bone with marrow spaces. In leukemia, these marrow spaces become overpopulated by leukemic cells which compress the normal bone marrow structures, causing pain. Rarely, the cells cannot get out of the marrow and the WBC/CBC will be normal: an aleukemic leukemic. Hope this helps! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Yes but not normally.Get a more detailed answer ›
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