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  • Stage 1 : The patients have many white blood cells, and the condition is called lymphocytosis. The patients have no other leukemia symptoms.
  • Stage 2 : The patients have a significant amount of white blood cells. The number of red cells is also reduced at this stage, resulting in anemia. The patients may also have hepatomegaly and splenomegaly. However, the number of platelets is almost normal.
  • Stage 3 : The spleen of the patient is also enlarged, a condition known as splenomegaly. In some patients, the liver is also enlarged (hepatomegaly). However, there is no significant rise in the number of platelets and red blood cells.
  • Stage 4 : In these patients, there are a significantly high number of white blood cells and a significantly low number of platelets and red blood cells. Further, the patients may have hepatomegaly and splenomegaly.
  • Stage 5 : Along with many lymphocytes, the lymph nodes of patients are also swollen.

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