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Have hashimotos disease, caused lymphoma of thyroid. TSH level high, lymph result low. What does it mean?

I have hashimotos disease which caused lymphoma of the thyroid. My TSH level is still very high since radiation but not removal of the thyroid. I had a full CBC on my blood and the Lymphs results should be between 20.5-51.1. My results were low: 13.8. Why is this test performed and what does a low result mean?

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Asked On : Mon, 14 Oct 2013
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You have thyroid disorders, which is genetic in origin, the lymphocytes low counts is indication of many clinical condition and not limited to one condition, immune compromise patient some time shows low counts the present clinical complaint need to be correlate, in your case it may be a autoimmune response, have nice day.
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