Complete blood count lymphoma

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Avatar f tn Laboratory examinations helpful in the diagnosis of lymphoma are complete blood count with differential count, blood chemistry including lactic dehydrogenase. Imaging studies like chest x-ray, CT scan, and magnetic resonance imaging are also helpful. A definite diagnosis can be derived from a tissue biopsy. In general, lymphomas are treatable. Chemotherapy and radiation therapy are among the mainstays in the management of lymphomas.
Avatar f tn I had a complete blood count with differential yesterday that showed normal values for all ranges. Is this sufficient to show no HIV or is that a separate test?
Avatar f tn That is simply a complete blood count and nutrient panel. It is one of the most basic blood tests. It should test your iron levels and not just your red blood cell count. Size matters to determine anemia. So, it will count your blood cells, and it will determine cholesterol levels and iron, and your basic vitamin panels. Be sure they include your vitamin D levels.
Avatar m tn I had a complete blood count, and a complete metabolic panel. Is it hinting at cancer? The A/G Ratio was 2.8 Platelet count was 246 and the MCV was 93 BUN 23.1 BUN /Creatine was 19.1 WBC 7.4 RBC 5.43 hemoglobin 17 Hematrocrit 50.6 lymphs 27, lymphs absolute 2.0 Everything is towards the high side of normal. I am also showing I have Lyme Disease.
Avatar n tn I have just had blood tests done for my bipolar and checking my levels everything was normal but my White Blood Count was low it was 0.91 has been every year for about 4 years but 2010 was ok in one of the readings. What does this mean?
Avatar m tn The only way to diagnose Lymphoma is by biopsy of a swollen node. They can do blood tests and scans, but these are often only used as a tool if the doctor suspects cancer. From what I've read about Mono, there is a long list of symptoms that patients can present with, a sore throat being the most prevalent, but also fatigue, fever, headache, and swollen lymph nodes (just to name a few).
Avatar f tn Well for beginners I'm 20 years old , for the most part healthy. A week from today I had a very painful lymph node between my jaw and ear like where the partoid gland is. I went to urgent care the doctor said he felt it was a bit swollen .. I asked him if it could be cancer as I had no cold or anything of the sort..he said it's highly unlikely.. At most I had a runny nose.. I later realized I had a couple blisters in my mouth due to herpes .. (I have herpes 1).
Avatar f tn I was wondering if anyone has had several CBC's and had slightly elevated white blood count? The last 3-4 times in which I've had a complete blood count they notice that it's elevated but not to the point where it becomes a concern ( so the doctor says) but I still find it strange.
Avatar f tn t have any problems with bleeding after the biopsy is done. As for your blood count, your white cell count is increased, with an increase of lymphocytes and eosinophils (these are subtypes of white blood cells). An increase in white cell count may signify an ongoing/ recent infection or inflammation. An increase in lymphocytes may mean that the infection is viral in origin, as opposed to bacterial. Bacterial infections lead to an increased neutrophil count instead of lymphocytes.
Avatar n tn last week my friend took a blood test and the result was excess wbc count. when she takes b-complex tablets she gets pimples/bubbles near her mouth some white allergy at her afraid wats the problem...can u please help me doctor please........
Avatar n tn OOPS, forgot to say that I've also had multiple complete blood tests and everything looks perfect, including white blood cell count, platelet counts, etc., which my doctor said likely rules out lymphoma?
Avatar f tn Why do you think it is lymphoma? Did you have a complete blood count done? Was there a lot of atypical lymphocytes? or anything like that. You would see it on a complete blood count if you had lymphoma usually. I think the crusty "rash " may be a staph infection. If it is gone that is good. I don't think there is any risk for HIV either. For the feeling of something stuck in the esophagus, maybe you have some reflux. It could be due to the Helicobacter.
Avatar f tn Im now thinking lymphoma? But would the blood count come back abit wacko? Im thinking 3-4 weeks of random fevers and mouth sores and swollen glands isnt normal or am i just panicking?