A 6-year-old boy has recurrent cough and sore throat. The pediatrician notices some bruises on the arms and legs. The doctor orders blood tests, and gives the boy some antibiotics. The blood tests reveal an increased lymphocyte count.
What is the possible diagnosis?
What would be the next investigation?
What would be the patient's hemoglobin level?
What would be the level of thrombocytes?
Will there be pain associated with this condition?
What would be the treatment for this boy?
two- to three-page Word document
Did the doctor say what was the infection for which the antibiotic was prescribed?
No, just recurrent cough and sore throat and an increased lymphocyte count. Question needs to be two- to three-page Word document.
I'm sorry, but I cannot provide you with a 2-3 page Word document. I will opt out.
I can tell you what the child has and you can write the 2-3 page word document with the references I supply you. Would that be okay? Becuase for a doctor to write this for you would be about 2 hours of our time and cost you around $200.
American Board Certified in Emergency Medicine- Ivy League trained
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1. this child has leukemia, most likely acute lymphoblastic leukemia, or ALL2. next investigation would be a bone marrow biopsy, chest xray, renal ultrasound, testicular ultrasound, echocardiogram and EKG and lumbar puncture (prior to administration of chemo)3. hemagloblin level would be low4. Platelet level would be low5. yes, there is some pain in the bones6. Chemotherapy and possibly bone marrow transplant. http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/990113-overviewYou will have plenty of information at this link to write your paper.
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