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Parasitical Hello doctor: I went to get a blood test, the doctor said I suspected that my blood was infected with helminths. Searching online, I found that when infected with helminths, there is an estimated leukocytosis and the parasite can parasitize in lymphatic system. I am very worried whether I have such a problem, please consult a doctor. Ng T

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Hello, please answer you as follows.
When infected with parasitic helminths is calculated leukocytosis?
Wrong! Not everyone who is infected with parasitic worms in their blood will develop leukocytosis. Only a small percentage of patients were infected with blood helminths with associated leukocytosis

So clinicians do not rely on leukocyte test results to diagnose helminths The calculated leukocyte test result only serves to support the diagnosis and treatment of helminths
Should leukocytosis test be used to diagnose parasitic tapeworm infection?
In a case where a patient is suspected of having a helminth infection, in addition to a physical examination and a specialist examination, the doctor will give you an additional white blood cell count to support the diagnosis.
This means that all patients presenting with signs of suspected parasitic helminth infection will be required to order an estimated leukemia test.

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What types of parasitic helminths are usually parasitic in the lymphatic system
The only worms with scientific names: Wuchereria bancrofti, Brugia malayi live in the lymphatic system, along with the presence of worm embryos in peripheral blood, the white blood cell count is usually at more than 30%, decreases when the patient is Specific treatment with diethylcarbamazin.
Causing Weingarten syndrome (eosinophilie pulmonaire tropicale)
In the tropics, Brugia malayi and Brugia phahangi (a monkey's filariasis) can cause bronchitis-like bronchitis-like bronchitis with grid or radiographic images.
Worm embryos are rarely found, but the calculated white blood cell count is always high at 20,000 - 80,000 / mm3. The patient responds very well to specific treatment.
Trough flukes
The schistosomiasis often lives in a vein, and the white blood cell count moderately increases
Here are some of the increased white blood cell counts in some schistosomiasis species
Schistosoma japonicum above 30%
Schistosoma mekongi6 - 18%
Schistosoma mansoni17 - 21%
In your case, you should visit a parasite specialist clinic for a blood test for helminths Currently, helminths, if detected with the right kind of worms or parasites, will completely cure you.
Good health to you.
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Is schistosomiasis dangerous?
Why is helminth infection itchy skin?
Some skin itching manifestations of helminth infections
Headache for the whole month due to the "worm" that enters the brain
The skin changes abnormally due to dog flukes
Cardiogenic shock due to dog tapeworm infection
What to do when a skin rash develops for a long time
What signs to identify helminths?
Signs identify strongyloidiasis.

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