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Autoimmune lymphoproliferative disorder causes

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Dr.   Parth MD

I am an 87 yo male with t-cell lymphoproliferation of CD8 and CD57 1-is it linked to cancer 2-best place in USA to obtain an accurate diagnosis 3-how to treat 4-whats the prognosis View answer

Answered by : Dr. Parth ( Pathologist and Microbiologist)
Dr.    Prof. Kunal Saha MD

My wife is said to have lymphoproliferative disorder in the biopsy test. Further test for categorization is in process. Expected to get the test result in 5-6 days. Now she is experiencing breathing ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Prof. Kunal Saha ( General & Family Physician)
Dr.   Monish De MD

Which of the following is least likely to lead to autoimmunity? A. Loss of suppressor T cells B. genetic predisposition C. Increased clearance of immune complexes D. Release of sequestered self antigen ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Monish De ( Oncologist)
Dr. Naval Mendiratta MD

I m wondering if my condition is an autoimmune disorder, even though I ve had a colonoscopy twice, egd, ct scan , mri , and blood tests I ve been told nothing has been shown to be the cause of this. ... View answer

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Dr. Naval Mendiratta MD

stone caused from bacteria (now removed), low hemoglobin (have received transfusions), swollen spleen . and now some form of autoimmune bone disease . What do I have? Any info would be appreciated. ... View answer

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Dr. Hardik Sanghvi MD

I am 76 yrs old female CD 20+ve low grade lymphoproliferative disorder. Hypothyroidism with massive splenomegaly, Type B symptoms and bicytopenia under evaluation. whether this has to be treated by... View answer

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Dr. Jyothi B L MD

My father age 72 weight 66kg and height 5feet 6 inches. he is diabetic. Yesterday he was feeling dizziness and doctor advised him blood test. his reports are Hemoglobin 14.20, Red cell count 4.60, Total eucocytes count... View answer

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Dr.  Kamal Kishore Bandil MD

My mother is suffering from fever from last two months. FIrst she was disgonosed with Typhoid , treated for 15 Days, symptoms was dry cough, chills & fever. At that time, widal was positive and TLC was 0000. After... View answer

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Dr. Riyaz Sheriff MD

I have been diagnoses with an autoimmune disease. Now... I dont understand proteins are associated and present on my cells . I have heard it could be numerous things including, complement proteins, antibody ... View answer

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Dr. Akhtarhusian Ghausi MD

I have an autoimmune disorder they are trying to find the cause of. I all of a sudden taste ... have gathered a lot of information to be proactive in trying to find the reason for the autoimmune ... View answer

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