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What are the symptoms of hypereosinophilic syndrome?
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Dr. David Shulan
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
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In brief: Very variable
It depends on what organs are involved.
Fatigue, increased blood coagulation, enlarged liver, strokes can occur, problems with nerves such as numbness, there can be recurrent swelling, shortness of breath, wheezing, and nonspecific rashes. Blood work and biopsies may needed to make the diagnosis as most symptoms are not specific to the condition.

In brief: Very variable
It depends on what organs are involved.
Fatigue, increased blood coagulation, enlarged liver, strokes can occur, problems with nerves such as numbness, there can be recurrent swelling, shortness of breath, wheezing, and nonspecific rashes. Blood work and biopsies may needed to make the diagnosis as most symptoms are not specific to the condition.
Dr. David Shulan
Dr. David Shulan
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