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How can the values of neutrophils, lymphocytes, eosinophil and monocytes in a biopsy report of an infant be interpreted?

My daughter, 7 months, had a bone marrow biopsy done about 3 weeks ago and it is taking so long to get an answer but I got the initial information and am wondering if anything looks like reason for concern. MICROSCOPIC DESCRIPTION Peripheral Blood: No current CBC data available for review. |----------------------------------------------------------| |Cell |% of Total Cells | |NEUTROPHILS |5 | |LYMPHOCYTES |92 | |MONOCYTES |2 | |EOSINOPHILS |0 | |BASOPHILS |1 | |METAMYELOCYTES |0 | |MYELOCYTES |0 | |PROMYELOCYTES |0 | |BLASTS |0 | |OTHER CELLS |0 | |NRBC |0 | |Total Cells: 100 | |----------------------------------------------------------| Bone Marrow Aspirate/Touch Imprint/Biopsy: Aspirate quality: Cellular. Biopsy quality: Suboptimal due to small size and subcortical localization. Erythroid precursors: Normal morphology. Myeloid precursors: Normal morphology. Blasts not increased. Megakaryocytes: Normal morphology. Lymphocytes: Relatively increased in the aspirate, including increased hematogones.
Thu, 6 Jun 2019
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