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Lymphocytic Choriomeningitis Virus
LCM: Often transmitted from pet rodents (hamsters, gerbils, etc., and from house mice), this virus, as befits its name, produces an aseptic viral meningitis. This most often occurs in the autumn, with the onset of cold weather causing rodents to seek warmer environments. Recovery is usually fairly rapid and complete with few neurologic sequelae. ...Read more
Are reactive lymphocytes found in a peripheral smear normal ? I have 9.6 % and an absolute count of 1,000. I don't have any viruses currently.
I have low neutropil 40.7 high lymphocytes 45.8 and high monicytes 8.4 if this is avirat infection what kind of virus?
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With gastroenteritis, total WBC isn't raised, the only abnormality is low lymphocytes (339). Is this likely a virus, or an autoimmune condition?
Gastroenteritis: Most gastroenteritis is viral and lasts only a few days at most. Often it lasts only 24-48 hours. The total WBC count is not usually elevated. A low lymphocyte count is normal during such an infection. Here's a research paper describing this phenomenon, called "transient lymphopenia" : http://www.Ncbi.Nlm.Nih.Gov/pubmed/1085751. ...Read more
I just received a blood test showing wbc's at 17.8, lymphocytes at 33%. Everything else was normal. There is no sign of a virus. Could this be cll?
Sounds pretty bad: Call my office in nyc to have this checked out. We have international patients who fly in to have this answered. ...Read more
In which infections(virus, bact.Etc) do u not c an increase in white blood cells, & where u don't see abnormal levels of lymphocytes, monocytes...Etc.?
Viral infection.: Viral infection classically does not cause an increase in white count, and may cause low wbc. Bacterial infection usually causes a high wbc, but some times the WBC may start out low at first. A few bacterial infections usually have low wbcs such as TB and listeria infections. ...Read more
Lymphocytes 12.6. Levaquin course last month.Wbc is 7.2. Lung nodules, lympadenopathy in chest and abdomen.EBV lab 2.80. Sed rate 21. Virus? Concerns?
Lymphadenopathy: I am really concerned about your lymphadenopathy in the chest and abdomen along with pulmonary nodules Please see a hematologist for further evaluation Do you have other nodes like in the neck or axilla? ...Read more
Most certainly!: Many examples of this scenario: hepatitis b and hepatitis c by both blood and solid organ transplants are examples. Others include hiv, hsv (herpes), west nile virus, balamuthia (amoeba), coccidioidomycosis (fungus), trypanosoma (chagas disease-a parasite), lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus (lcmv), staph aureus, salmonela, are only but a few examples of what can be donor-derived infections. ...Read more
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