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My wbc is 12, atypical lymphocytes 47, absolute lymphs 5.6 and absolute monocytes 1.3. What does this mean?
Posted Mon, 11 Nov 2013 in Blood Disorders
Answered by Dr. Robert Galamaga 7 hours later
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Blood test results

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hello and thank you for sending your question.

If possible I would very much like to see a complete copy of your blood test. This will help me interpret the result more comprehensively.

It looks like your lymphocyte count is mildly elevated. this could represent a primary disorder related to your bone marrow. this does not necessarily reflect something which is immediately life-threatening. This might be something that your doctor will need to follow very closely over many many years.

Again I would like to see the complete copy of your blood tests. If you could somehow scan those and send those to my attention I would appreciate it.

Thanks again for sending your question. I look forward to reviewing your test results in discussing this with you further.

Dr. Galamaga
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