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Elevated Ld Mean Lymphoma Relapse
Have lab results high neut low lymph. .High creatinine. .Bilobe adrenal lymphoma, also multiple splenic lesions. What are chances this is cancer?
Lab results: It sounds as if you could have some problems. Rather than discuss them with physicians that are not familiar with your case, why don't you discuss them with the physician who ordered the tests? They know you best and can provide more informed answers. Good luck. ...Read more
No: When neutrophils are high it can mean that there is an infection, but it is hard to say what is causing the elevation in the neutrophil count without more information. Chances are that if your mother has stage IV lung cancer it is spreading at some rate unless she is getting treatment then the spread can be slowed or stopped. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Dsdna=15, ANA pos, elevated seg neutrophils, ebv:igg > 8.0, IgM > 1.9, mono neg, normal sed rate. Only symptom fatigue. Ideas?
When cll first developes what are the symptoms? Lymphocyte 4% absolute lymphocyte 0.5 enlarged spleen weight loss fatigue neutrophils 86% WBC 12.6
Not typical for CLL: In CLL we usually find dramatic increase, not decrease, of lymphocytes. You report abnormally low number of lymphocytes. There are many possible causes of splenomegaly. The symptoms of CLL are the same as those seen in many other diseases, including fatigue and enlarged lymph nodes. CLL is rare in people age 31. Have you seen a hematologist? Do. ...Read more
History of ITP and Hashimotos. Recent abnormal labs: WBC 13.9, Plt 59, Neutro 85.3% Abs Neut 11.85, Lymph 10.9% Abs Lymph 1.51. Abs Imm Gran .08. Creatn 1.2, NA 136, GFR MDRD 48.8. Neg ANA. Normal infection, or something of greater concern?
See Hematologist: These are autoimmune disorders, where a stimulus produced antibodies against Thyroid & platelets. Do U get petichiae (spots of blood under skin?). Is there HX of bleeding? Platelets low, but import that U R/O pseudo low plates caused by EDTA anticoagulant. If poss have blood drawn in Sodium Citrate anticoagulant. Or go to hosp where blood kept warm & platelet # is done immed. EDTA clumps platelets ...Read more
What are the actual: Results? All lab results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the test is usually in the best position to do that. ...Read more
+ ANA test, severe neutropenia with large granular lymphocytes, high monocytes and lymphocytes. Osteoarthritis. Bone marrow biopsy negative. Idea?
What would b the cause of chronic high T cell counts, cd4, 5, 7, and 8. A T-cell beta gene rearrangement, elevated IGG, elevated LGL's, but normal CBC?
Reason for doing it: What was the reason you got this done. In all patients we don't do T cell count, Immunoglobulin level estimation etc. What were your symptoms. Based on your answerc an give a better explanation. In any patient we do CBC- complete blood count with differential count.Only in people with suspected immunodeficiencies/hematological problems-dyscrasias is the term we use, detailed Tcell,B cell ,Ig done ...Read more
Low lympho high neutrophils normal total WBC positive ANA negative ENA does lean towards autioimmune issue?
Slightly low WBC, low platelets, low neutrophils ,no baso's. Elevated lymph's and mono's. Does that mean bone sarcoidosis is back and active?
Give us the numbers: Medicine is quantitative....actual numbers are essential to make any diagnosis. Slight changes mean very little. They can be misleading at best. So send us the exact numbers of your blood counts, then we can help you to interpret their meaning. Also tell us more about the past history of Sarcoidosis that you have mentioned ...Read more
37 yr male; Lyme dis, cp, untreated hbp (165/110); very elevated liver enzymes. Lipid panel ++.'trii 850, low t. ;tests ordered. What could cause?
Multiple causes: I'm not sure what you are asking. Cause what? Lyme is caused by a bacterial infection, hbp is often genetic but has many other possible causes, there are many possible causes of elevated liver enzymes (infections, alcohol, reactions to meds, toxins), high lipids usually genetic, low t also has many causes; you need a thorough evaluation and careful treatment, as this mix of problems is serious. ...Read more
Resolved HCV 12 years RNA neg. Recent normocytic anemia, normal WBC norml -immature gran abs .037% resid. Hcv cause high ig? Or is marrow more likely?
Adult male,bone marrow biopsy show Erythroid hyperplasia
RBC borderline on high side,thrombocytopenia fluctuate,
Splenomegaly,negative for infections.
CBC Results: If you can send us the complete blood count (CBC) report which includes Hb, WBC, Platelet counts done from 2 different dates, we can tell you if there is anything serious or how to manage your concerns. WE need to know the number of platelets(Count). RBC numbers are not useful...instead we use hemoglobin as a better test to reflect any problems with RBCs. ...Read more
Neutrophils low 23, lymphocyes high 69, AST high 64, ALT high 137, anion low 4, what could this be? Worst case scenario?
Resent blood work states IgM 875, an appearant polyclonal glammopathy IgM, kappa and Lambda light chains appear increased. Possible Multiple myeloma?
No: Myeloma is monoclonal. I trust you do not have urinary light chains. Most polyclonal stuff means nothing. If you are symptomatic, look for another cause of any symptoms. ...Read more
Can this be cll? Rbc 3.97 low- mean platelet volumes 7.2 low, ly 46.8 high, hct 36.5 low, DNA abs double stranded abnormal 5 iu/ml, low iron, low vitd
Concern: It is extremely important whether the lymphocyte count is an absolute number or a percentage. If this is the absolute number, namely 46.8 thousand/microliter, I am very concerned about the possibility of cll. Consulting a hematologist for peripheral blood morphology, flow cytometry, cytogenetics, and molecular studies is of paramount importance. If 46.8% with normal wbc, I am not so concerned. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What does it mean to have hives with high neutrophils low lymphosites high abs neut low abs lymph high WBC high ALT and ast?
Possible hepatitis: There are many causes of hives. Allergic reactions are the most common. Persistent hives might be from a medication, or an environmental allergen, for example. Infections can cause hives. The abnormal alt and ast can be a sign of viral hepatitis. Sometimes hepatitis will cause hives, especially in the early phase, before jaundice sets in. Chronic hives (more than 6 weeks) is more complex. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Enlarged carotid rhs w/ elevate psv
ana speckld pattern (1:40) low titre +ive
ena panel -tive
elevated liver enzymes
Autoimmune Disorder : The ANA speckled pattern, combined with the anti dna (was it double stranded?), the negative ena, and the elevated lfts, point to a connective tissue disorder (it may be mixed) such as lupus, sjigrens syndrome, scleroderma or poly myosotis. Other more specific tests can rule these in or out. Thyroid disease and chronic viral infections can also be at play. Your doctor will continue the search. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have an atypical lymphocytes 13 % slightly elevated wbc w/c is 10.50,differential count lympho 39.5 and mono 9.normal esr&crp.clear lungs xray.
Mono results back ebv-igg 4.44/ebv- IgM 0.60/ebv- nuclr ag 8.43/ebv -early ag 0.29 means what exactly? And could this cause elev sed?
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