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Q. Can you diagnose my condition based on my CBC report and chest X-ray?

Answered by
Dr. Parth R Goswami
and medically reviewed by Dr. Sneha Kannan
This is a premium question & answer published on Oct 19, 2020 and last reviewed on: Oct 29, 2020

i have these CBC blood test and need to know the diagnosis:

Hemoglobin 17:3, RBCs: 6.88, Haematocrit: 51.6, MCV: 75, MCH 25.1, RDW-CV: 10.9, RDW-SD: 26, MPV: 12.6, and WBCs: 3.5.

Dr. Parth R Goswami

Hematology Pathology
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Hello, Welcome to the icliniq I can understand your concern and following is my opinion for your asked question. Your attached report suggestive of Polycythemia. The cause for polycythemia could be primary myeloproliferative neoplasm or secondary polycythemia by other causes. To rule out primary polycythemia jak2 and exon 12 mutation study by RT PCT can be done. The secondary causes which are non neoplastic are dehydration, smoking, respiratory causes, cardiac causes, testosterone etc. For that I suggest you investigate with chest x ray, EKG for primary work up. Drink more water and stop smoking if having habit of it. I suggest you investigate with serum EPO estimation as well. Repeat your CBC after few days. Kindly revert back with above mentioned report once done. Meanwhile drink more water and don't forget to revert back to me with repeat CBC after few days. Don't worry. Hope I have answered your asked questions Let me know if I can assist you further Best regards


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Dr. Parth R Goswami

Hematology Pathology
# Hello,

Welcome back.

Following is my opinion for your asked questions.

The attached chest X ray doesn't show significant abnormality. It seems to be normal.

Kindly let me know do you have smoking history?

If you have any clinical sign and symptoms than mention it in detail to gudie you further.

Meanwhile follow as above in my previous answer.

Hope I have answered your question.

regards

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