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Lymphocytosis since 4month

patient is 55 year old....H/o mild pneumonia before 3 month...but from that time her WBC count as same as that of time...no symptoms of fever....or any other complaint....other reports are absolutely normal...

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Leucocytosis with lymphocytic predominance. Persistent high count. See for peripheral smear. May need BMS sos biopsy. Ref to hematologist.
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Leucocytosis with lymphocytic predominance. Persistent high count. See for peripheral smear. May need BMS sos biopsy. Ref to hematologist.
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You may check whether current X ray is normal or not. Any history of cough/expectoration may be ruled out again. If there are any auscultatory finding – to be ruled out. You may also command for ESR, Urine analysis and CRP for detecting any co-infection. Because only in rare cases it takes long for the WBC counts to get back to their normals. Pls do update.
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Its case of neutropenic leucosytosis, it may show decrese immunity, r/o hiv status vs sever infection.
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