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Chronic Lymphocytic Anemia
Granulocyte % of 72.4, and lymphocyte % of 20.3, be indicative of? Dx of chronic anemia. +2 pitting BLE. 33 yr old. Possibilities? GFR WNL.
Ignore percentages: These percentages are useful only as a quick reminder about absolute counts. If your absolute neutrophil and absolute lymphocyte counts are fairly near reference range, and all the cells look normal, then stop worrying. Your "chronic anemia", by contrast, needs to be worked up -- it's never acceptable not to know the exact cause and address treatment when possible. Best wishes. ...Read more
Hi, i'm a 62 year old female with thyroid issues and pernicious anemia. Recent blood tests came back as low neutrophils (1400) and high lymphocyte 55%?
Not likely: Atypical lymphocytes may have to do with a viral infection, seen on peripheral blood smear (pbs). Microcytic anemia is a type of anemia where the size of the red blood cells are smaller th an normal; causes would include iron deficiency, thalassemia, lead poisoning, or some form of hemolytic anemia. Are you a med student? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Should I be worried if my lymphocytes are 44.6 and segmented neutrophils are 34.2. I have iron anemia deficiency. Also, I have hyperplastic polyps.
High platelet 499/450..Diagnosed wth microcytic anemia. Presence of few atypical lymphocytes in smear. No blast noted. Could ths be natural reaction?
Should I be worried if S.Neutrophils are 34.2 Lymphocytes 44.6 Monocytes 9.9 Eosinophils 11.0 and Basophils 0.3? I have Ironn anemia def and allergies
See below: All laboratory results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the tests is usually in the best position to do that. Having said that, it would have helped to have the actual counts, however, the relative numbers are in keeping with your diagnoses. Iron deficiency in an adult male of concern and you need to be evaluated for blood loss by your doctor. ...Read more
Slight fever, body ache, headache, when I cough theres green phlegm, slight anemia. Could this be the reason of few atypical lymphocytes seen in smear?
It could be: Atypical lymphocytes can be seen in the peripheral blood smears on patients with viral infection. The symptoms you described could certainly be consistent with viral infection. Having said that, f/u and discuss further with your doctor about your symptoms. Also will need to have some blood work-up to find out the cause of your anemia. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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