What do Myelocytes, Metamyelocytes, High Monocytes and High Bands in a CBC signify? ?
The blood work also shows Low Lymphocytes, High h, sCRP as well as High ABS counts for Bands, Metamyelocytes, Myelocytes,and Monocytes. WBC is 6.1 (normal), RBC 3.7 (low), HGB 11 (low), HCT 35 (low). Also Morphology lists 1+ ANISO. I have been running a fever of 100-101.5 for several months now and feel very tired/exhausted all the time. I also have pain in my calves and thigh/hip area. I had a hip replacement in 2003. A year after the replacement pain in my femur began.
Any help in understanding these results would be greatly appreciated!
I forgot to mention that I have broken my femur twice, 10 yrs apart, one time it was pinned, the second time it was fixed with a intermedullary nail. Between the two breaks I had Osteomyelitis in the same femur and it was heavily debrided which led to the second break ( a long time ago 1978)
Paul, you seem to have a lot of insight on blood results, could you help me understand mine? (See the question I previously posted regarding Myelocytes and Metamyelocytes in peripheral blood tests as well as other abnormal things)
I have the whole test if you need the other results,
Please help me! Thank you.
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