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Lymphocytes absolute count 5474, reference range 1000-4800, WBC count is 0000. What does this all indicate?

my lymphocytes absolute count is 5474 . reference range is 1000-4800 my lymphocytes differential count is 46 . reference range 20-45 in RBC indices MCH is 23.7 . reference range 27-32 my total WBC count is 0000 . reference range 4000-0000 my age is 11 years female height-4.5 feet what does all this indicate in a blood test kindly give all the details
Asked On : Wed, 6 Mar 2013
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hi there, your WBC count is not stated but the ones you have written like the lymphocyte counts are quite within the normal range. The MCH alone is not to be assessed but you should get your hemoglobin levels and hematocrit checked as well. Kindly write all the parameters of a complete blood count and that will help a clinician to evaluate your condition properly. Your present reports are not sufficient to give any opinion. Take care.
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