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Symptoms Of Lymphocytosis
What diagnosis for fever for 17 day without any symptoms.CRP -ve, ESR 22&56 .WBCs 3500, neutrophl 1000, lymphocytosis.LDH 468 no thrombocytopenia?
Mono?: Obviously, you are in a workup by someone. Keep going. Mononucleosis has some of these characteristics, though "no symptoms" would be improbable given the blood results. The old addage: "common diseases occur commonly, rare diseases occur rarely" advocates that mono might be a good bet. But, that's only a statistical perspective. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What diagnosis for fever for 17 day without any other symptoms.CRP -ve. ESR 22&56 . WBCs 3500, neutrophil 1000, lymphocytosis . LDH 468?
Many possibilities: Need far more history and physical findings. This is called a fever of undetermined origin and in over 50% of cases is not due to infection. You should be seen by an infectious diseases expert and evaluated thoroughly. Do not neglect this further. You may need a bone marrow aspirate and biopsy as part of the assessment. Good luck and inshallah you should be better. ...Read more
Breath test= positive sibo due to double peak hydrogen counts. Egd = duodenal lymphocytosis. Negative celiac. Should i take xifaxin if only symptoms is gas?
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Multiple causes: You have a low level of one kind of white blood cell, the neutrophil. Most common cause is viral infection, esp. If transient. Many different medication can do this as a side effect, including non-prescription meds. Rarely, nutritional deficiencies (iron, B12 or folic acid). It can be part of autoimmune disease, it can be congenital, be due to serious blood diseases, or be benign. ...Read more
Husband had a splenectomy of an over 10 lb spleen and was diagnosed with persistent polyclonal b cell lymphocytosis what exactly is this condition?
Good question: Polyclonal refers to a generalized increase in lymph cells, as opposed to a single clone of cells which is what cancer (lymphoma) is. This diagnosis is rare, usually is seen in women, often smokers, and may be associated with exposure to epstein barr virus. The long term risks of the disorder are unknown. The is rare enough that i would have the pathology reviewed at a university hospital. ...Read more
Hypostatic pneumonia: Hypostatic pneumonia is a term used to describe fluid accummulation in the lower portions of lungs in bed-ridden individuals (typically elderly). One thing you can do to reduce a pneumonia risk is to have your physician provide you with an early pneumonia shot (pneumovax /ppsv-23) before age 65. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What to do if I have been diagnosed with mild peripheral leukopenia and neutropenia with associated relative lymphocytosis,?
Depends.: Leukopenia means low total white blood count. Neutropenia means a specific kind of WBC, neutrophil, is low. Relative lymphocytosis means the lymphocytes in the blood are not low. There are many causes of neutropenia: drugs, infections, autoimmune diseases, bone marrow diseases, congenital, nutritional deficiency, etc. Only if neutrophils are ...Read more
I've had relative lymphocytosis on every blood test for a year now + now the absolute count is a little high too. Is this at all concerning?
Lymphocytosis: Hi, I'm wondering if anyone has done any peripheral smear? Any infectious or connective tissue work up? Although lymphocytosis is not a common side effect for Abilify but there has been some report, Your doctor could order a Flow Cytometry to make sure no blood malignancy existed although I highly doubt that. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My flow showed relative T-cell predominant lymphocytosis. MD says do not have T-cell leukemia but keep testing every 6mo. Do I have smoldering TLL?
T lymphocytosis: Reading Blood 84: 2721-2725,1994, Brit J Haematol 58: 433–446,1984, N Engl J Med 359:575-583, 2008 and other articles may give you some perspective. The estimate is that TLL may appear in 1-2% each year. Nobody can predict as yet which patients will have further problems, therefore your doctors desire for follow-up, Prudent care and good medicine. Good luck. ...Read more
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