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12 Possible Causes for Knee Pain, Low Absolute Lymphocyte Count

  • Primary Immune Deficiency Disorder

    The larger joints—knees, ankles, elbows, and wrists—are affected most often.[] If the patient’s absolute lymphocyte count is normal, a severe T-cell defect is unlikely.[] Painful swelling of the joints, a condition called polyarthritis, can also develop in people with CVID.[]

  • Idiopathic CD4 Lymphocytopenia

    One month later, fever, macular rash, and painful swollen knee joints developed.[] Idiopathic CD4 lymphocytopenia is an immunodeficiency disorder with low absolute CD4 T-lymphocyte count with no evidence of human immunodeficiency virus or other known cause[] In the lower limbs, power was 4/5, at both hip and knees, 2/5 at dorsiflexion and 3/5 on plantar flexion. All deep tendon reflexes were absent, bilaterally.[]

  • Graft-versus-Host-Disease

    Side effects of GVHD may include Muscle weakness and cramps Joint stiffness causing difficult full extension of fingers, wrists, elbows, knees, ankles. Genitalia.[] The initial absolute lymphocyte count was greater than the 10th percentile in 13% (7 of 54) of the subjects.[] Chronic GVHD can have the following effects on the genitalia of women and men: Female Vaginal dryness, itching and pain Vaginal ulcerations and scarring Narrowing of the vagina[]

  • ACTH-Dependent Cushing Syndrome

    Case 20: Decreased sensation in extremities Case 21: Bloody urine Case 22: Problems with swallowing Case 23: Hearing loss Case 24: Evaluation after a fall Case 25: Knee pain[] lymphocyte count is abnormally low, while the total white blood cell (WBC) and absolute neutrophil counts are abnormally high, with a correlation found between these changes[] Case 13: Chest pain Case 14: Chest pain Case 15: Chronic abdominal pain Case 16: Trouble sleeping Case 17: Forgetfulness Case 18: Cough Case 19: Cough Case 2: Abdominal pain[]

  • Good's Syndrome

    Here are some signs that knee pain may be SLJ: pain at the front of the knee, near the bottom of the kneecap (this is the main symptom of SLJ) swelling and tenderness around[] Blood tests were significant for an absolute lymphocyte count of 1,000 cells/μL, and hemoglobin of 11.7 g/dL.[] If you already have pain in your knee, these things can make it worse. How Can You Prevent SLJ Syndrome?[]

  • Combined Immunodeficiency due to CD3-Gamma Deficiency

    […] in knee or hip arthritis in large joints, arthralgia arthralgia, symmetric polyarthritis polyarthralgia polyarthralgia, oligoarthritis, clubbig epiphyseal overgrowth, contractures[] “Positive Family History, Infection, Low Absolute Lymphocyte Count (ALC), and Absent Thymic Shadow: Diagnostic Clues for All Molecular Forms of Severe Combined Immunodeficiency[] 12-72 hours days to weeks 3-7 days 12-24 hours 2-3 days continuous, with flares abdominal sterile peritonitis, constipation peritonitis, diarrhea, or constipation severe pain[]

  • Hemophilus Meningitis

    […] causes pain in the back and legs CSF shunts, spinal and cranial abnormalities (eg dermal sinuses) which may have predisposed a child to meningitis Signs of encephalitis:[] In contrast to the absolute lymphocyte count, which returned to normal levels within 1 week, levels of IgM, IgG and IgA were still below age-corrected reference values 1 month[] If significant pain or involuntary resistance to the knee extension is encountered, the Kernig sign is present.[]

  • Vinblastine

    For example, your knee may not jerk when you tap the knee tendon. Pain This treatment can cause pain in your muscles, bones or where the tumour site is.[] Abstract Low absolute lymphocyte count (ALC) to absolute monocyte count (AMC) ratio (ALC/AMC) is an independent prognostic factor in Hodgkin lymphoma (HL), but different cutoffs[]

  • Jawad Syndrome

    This most frequently affects young male athletes who describe exertional calf pain with possible associated leg weakness and paraesthesia.[] It is necessary to measure absolute lymphocyte count. A low absolute lymphocyte count necessitates evaluation of T and B cell subsets and referral to an immunologist.[] PAES is the partial or complete occlusion of the popliteal artery in the popliteal fossa (back of the knee), secondary to aberrant anatomy.[]

  • Azathioprine

    She noted intense pain from the thighs to the knees and calves around noon again. Her home doctor found that she exhibited shock (BP 67/?).[] Low absolute lymphocyte count may be a previously unrecognized indicator of risk of opportunistic infections. 1 Introduction The thiopurines, 6-mercaptopurine (6-MP) and azathioprine[] Two hours later, the patient complained of intolerable pain from the lumbar region to the knee joints, which subsided following two injections of analgesics within a few hours[]

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