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Analysis of blood report indicating mild neutrophilic shift - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   hello
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   i need to know what kind of infection could cause a mild neutrophilic shift at 66.0%
Doctor :   when was this test done
Doctor :   why was it done
User :   almost 4 weeks ago
User :   it was regular blood hematology and chemistry
Doctor :   CML
User :   what is cml?
User :   and would that cause diarrhea and mild weight loss?
Doctor :   yes in acute infection as well
User :   and i need to know if a so called person infected with hiv or aids if that could be detected in a hematology test
User :   my doctor told me there was no sign of viral or bacterial infection
Doctor :   CMl is chronic myeloid leukemia
Doctor :   yes it can be detected with Tridot test
Doctor :   and ELISA
Doctor :   confirmed by Western blot technique
User :   all my white blood cell counts and red blood cell counts and platelets were normal
Doctor :   i mean HIV infection
Doctor :   ok
User :   so does that mean everything is normal?
Doctor :   could u type in the blood report
Doctor :   did u get blood work done?
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