Case 134: The beginning

You are in the haematology clinic. Your next patient is a 61-year old man who has been referred to you by a GP due to a 6-month history of weight loss, night sweats and a lump under his left arm. His full blood count is as follows:

Hb 132 g/L

MCV 88 fL

PLT 268×109/L

WCC 12.4×109/L

Neutrophils 6.7×109/L

Lymphocytes 3.8×109/L

Monocytes 0.7×109/L          

Eosinophils 1.2×109/L            

Basophils 0.04×109/L

What more information would you like?
What are your differentials so far?

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