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Infant had bronchilitis, blood works results came. Can any online doctor help me to read it?

Hi, My 18month old daughter had bronchilitis. Her blood works came back with: red cells show moderate anisocytosis, marked leucocytosis, moderate neutrophils, marked monocytosis, mild neutrophil left shift. Would the blood work prove broncilitis? Is there something more sinister going on with her blood count? Her iron levels are low but iron stores are adequate.
Asked On : Sun, 14 Apr 2013
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Diagnosis of bronchiolitis is more dependent on the examination of lungs and radiological examination of chest ie Xray chest.
YOu must see a chest physician and get examined , and get the reports checked too, as marked leucocytosis indicates there is infection .
There can be many causes for leukocytosis like lung infections in the tissue ie pneumonia.
So it will be better to see a doctor.
Answered: Fri, 28 Jun 2013
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