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Have myelomalacia. Would this lower lymph?

I have Myelomalacia, would this lower my Lymph down to 4.0 L , and my WBC 3.6, my Provider do not know what to do nor what is going on. She ordered EGD, and a Colonosccopy, the EGD found Polyp , ascending colon ,biopsy:Hyperplastic polyp.and Polyp, sigmoid colon , biopsy: Colonic mucosa with focal Hyperplastic changes but it did not have cancer cells at this time. It will be repeated in 5 years. Please let me know what is causing my systems to drop this low is that I can bring it to my doctor so she can run the tests, because she stated that she is up against a brick wall.
Asked On : Wed, 20 Mar 2013
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Hi there, Myelomalacia refers to softening of spinal cord and would cause neurological symptoms.
Lymph down to 4.0L and WBC 3.6 are in normal range and not related to myelomalacia. All the polyps are benign and are commonly seen and so not to worry about. If this doesn't answer you kindly provide detailed report of the tests which make you concerned and also what are the symptoms or problems you are suffering from? Take care. Regards
Answered: Fri, 21 Jun 2013
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