The interpretation of blood counts is best given under the context of clinical symptoms and the over all presentation of a patient. However, just to give you an idea, the raised lymphocyte count is a sign of a possible viral infection in the body. The monocytes may likewise signify infection. The raised eosinophil count can be seen in patients with allergies or with parasitic infections. The low basophil I believe is of not much significance.
Hypochromic cells are a characteristic of iron deficiency anemia, but in your situation where the percentage is only 1%, I believe this is not significant either.
Hi thank you for your comments:
I have posted more information on the Luekemia and lymphoma forum, under more lymph nodes (I think) I will post this and look at the thread and tell youwhere it is, that will give you more information.
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