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Differential Diagnosis For Left shift/WBC low (Lab)


List of current finding(s):

Infectious Disorders (Specific Agent)
Pneumonia, bacterial
Bacteremia/Septicemia, gram positive
Bacterial endocarditis, subacute
Gram negative septicemia/endotoxemia
Meningitis Bacterial
Neonatal pneumonia, bacterial
Right-sided bacterial endocarditis
Pneumonia, acute lobar
Aortitis, bacterial
Bacterial endocarditis/acute
Bacterial overwhelming sepsis
Endarteritis, pyogenic/bacterial
Typhus, acute/epidemic
Asplenic status/bacteremia (capsule)
Rickettsial disease
Rocky mountain spotted fever
Streptoccus bovis infection/bacteremia
Typhus, murine
Anerobic bacteremia/Septicemia
Staphylococcus aureus/CA-MRSA virulent PVL gene
Infected organ, Abscesses
Sepsis, overwhelming
Pyogenic Hip Arthritis
Neoplastic Disorders
Myelodysplasia Myelodysplastic Syndrome
Primary Myelofibrosis/Myeloid metaplasia
Reference to Organ System
Myelofibrosis, secondary
Decreased white blood cell count, Decreased white cell count, IMMATURE LEUKOCYTES INCREASED, Lab, LEFT SHIFT, Left shift leukocytic maturation alteration, Left shift of WBC, Left shifted white blood cells, Left shifted white blood cells (finding), Leukocyte count decreased, leukocytes decreased, Leukocytes.left shift, Leukocytic maturation alteration left shift, Shift to the left, Shift to the left (haematological), Shift to the left (hematological), WBC DEC, WBC DECREASED, WBC LEFT SHIFT, WBC LOW, WHITE BLOOD CELL COUNT DECREASED, White blood cell decreased, WHITE BLOOD CELLS DECREASED
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