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Red blood cells, White blood cells count, Esosinophils, lymphocytes range abnormal. Is it Mumps?

Doctor, My son is 23 yrs old. His Red blood count is 5.59 (range 4.5-5.5) White Blood cell count is 17.9(range 4.0-10.0) Esosinophils 0.3 (range 1-6) Lymphocytes 18.7 (range 20-40). Can you please advise me whether a patient of his age be disgnosed of MUMPS . He had got his vaccination of MMR done when he was born. Please advise.
Asked On : Thu, 31 Jan 2013
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from the results that you have written above shows more of a bacterial picture compared to viral picture as mumps is a viral infection,
a person can get mumps despite being vaccinated in childhood only that the disease strength is weaker then those people who havent been vaccinated in childhold
from my view i dont think your son has mumps, and mumps is more of a clinical diagnosis then a lab diagnosis.
hope have answered your query
Answered: Thu, 31 Jan 2013
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