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Have slight antisocytosis platelets, enlarged plates, slight toxic granulation. Meaning?

Hi, I just got a print out of some lab s that wher taken in June 2012 and my primary doctor had decided to leav so I m trying to figure out the meaning of these lab s ... on one lab ir says that I have slught antisocytosis platelets appear markedly decrease, few enlarge plates, slight toxic granulation. Platelet count 57 K/UL L 130-400.. I have no insurance and Idk what to do..? My doctor did say I had ITP.
Asked On : Fri, 8 Feb 2013
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Sep 2012
Hello, Welcome to HCM, I am Dr. Das

Look, your report sounds like decreased platelet count. but, to stamp it as a ITP, bone marrow study and clinical examination. In this condition a clinical correlation with the peripheral blood film and bone marrow aspiration study.

So, for a diagnosis, you have to give us the other reports.

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