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Brown bruises on leg. Haemoglobin normal, high monocyte. Is this ABPA?

hi, i did blood test because of the brown bruises i have on my legs. i have it for almost 2 months, i asked a doctor and she told me to do a blood test. my hemoglobin is normal but i have a very high monocyte and i forgot the other term that starts with e. when i search on the net it is somewhat related to ABPA. however, ABPA doesnt show brownish bruises. Pls help
Asked On : Sun, 9 Dec 2012
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ABPA means allergic brochopulmonary aspergilosis which is characterize by respiratory problems which you have not mentioned .please also mention exact level of monocyte and eosinophil which usually become elevated in chronic (prolonged)and allergic conditions bruise is usually occur in diseases of small vessels or platelets depletion provide us your detail investigations and history for complete diagnosis.
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