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LabTest Checker Report

Meet Iga! She recently had a preventive blood count, and everything seems fine, but her lymphocyte levels are higher than usual. Is there a reason to be concerned?

Check out an example of a LabTest Checker Report, complete with a recommendation for preventive care.

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Expert comment

The patient's blood count presents a minor anomaly, with a slightly elevated lymphocyte count. Given the patient's unremarkable medical history and within-normal-range other morphology parameters, an unusual result warrants a follow-up test initially. Consulting a healthcare professional, such as a family doctor or internist, will become necessary only if the lymphocyte count remains persistently elevated.

LabTest Checker accurately recognized the likely cause of this deviation, which could be attributed to a recent infection or inflammation, and proposed an appropriate course of action. By repeating the test, the patient can potentially avoid an unnecessary medical appointment.

Agnieszka Kuś, MD

A specialist in internal medicine, practices as a clinician at the Hematology and Transplantation Center of the Lower Silesian Center for Oncology, Pulmonology, and Hematology in Wroclaw. She is a graduate of the Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin, Poland.

Iga felt a wave of relief wash over her.

When she got her test results, she did some online searching for interpretations. There was a lot of information out there, but it didn't quite match her situation. That's when she turned to LabTest Checker, and in just a few minutes, her doubts vanished.


It assured her there were no urgent concerns that needed a doctor's visit and gave her clear guidance on what steps to take next.

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Receive LabTest Checker Report in 3 easy steps:


Visit your lab's website and sign in to the results section.


Click on the "Interpret results" option next to the test you'd like to understand better.


Stay on the same page, fill out a simple medical questionnaire, and get instant Report.

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