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high ABSOLUTE LYMPHOCYTES count, lowering WBC, RBC 4.10 last checked (is lowering), Generalised Lymphadenopathy, HEMOGLOBIN 13.0, HEMATOCRIT 37.9,...

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I have gone through your question. I can understand your concern.
Your wbc count is low with high lymphocytes. You may have viral...

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My father was admitted to the hosptial yesterday via EMS. he was discovered by a trooper after he pulled off the road in what EMS describe as a...

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TIA generally presents with transient symptoms characterized by weakness of one of the hands, legs, numb ness of one side, diffiluty in...

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My six year old boy complained his leg pain 5 months ago, took him to see his pediatrition, was told he was normal, about three weeks ago, he...

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Leg pain and pain in the calf muscles is common in the age group of your child.

Most of the times...

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