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Child has been suffering from fever. Is it possible to have high blood or virus in blood?

I Had a nephew a 1 year old kid his been hospitalized almost every month having fever. recently, his been a month in the hospital, still his not fine he keep on crying the doctors said that he had a problem in the blood he had a high blood. Does it really possible that his just 1 year old and 8 mos. then the other Dr. said that his blood is dirty contain high level of virus as it was examine by the other Dr. We really dont know what going on in my nephew.. I hope you can answer me.
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Asked On : Mon, 29 Apr 2013
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The language and the terminology seems inconclusive.The high blood is no term. probably the question means to refer to high blood count.The blood cantains various elements like RBC,WBC,platelets whose count may be high. All the three elements are known to increase in different of the subcomponents of WBC rises in viral infections called lymphocytes.

Such reactions are called as leukemoid reactions. For further analyses exact meaning of what you are asking is required.
Answered: Mon, 29 Apr 2013
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