Low Basophils Count

Low Basophils count is also known as Basopenia. It occurs when the Basophils count drops to lower than 20 cells/µL of human blood. The normal white blood cell count of the Basophil ranges between 100 cells/µL in infants to 40 cells/µL in adults. Since the counts are very low, differential white blood cell counting method […]
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Low Eosinophils Count

Low Eosinophils Count is also known as Eosinopenia, it occurs when the Eosinophils count is less than 50 cells/µL of human blood. The normal white blood cell count of Eosinophils range between 450 cells/µL in infants to 200 cells/µL in adults. Low Eosinophils count may occur due to the same causes of Leukopenia such like […]
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High Basophils count

High Basophils count is also known as Basophilia or Basophilic Leukocytosis. High Basophils count is defined as the Basophil count that is greater than 50 to 100 cells/µL of blood.  The case is detected when the Basophil count exceeds 2% of the differential white cells count. The normal white blood cell count is very low […]
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High Eosinophils Count

Eosinophilia or Eosinophilic Leukocytosis is defined as an Eosinophil count that exceeds 500 cells/µL of blood. The Normal White Blood Cell count of the Eosinophil ranges between 25,80 cells/µL in infants to 200 cells/µL in adults. Beside the common causes of Leukocytosis, High Eosniophils count can occur as a result of  parasitic infection.It can also […]
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Normal White Blood Cell Count

Normal White Blood Cell Count (Normal WBC Count) Normal White Blood Cell Count or Normal WBC Count varies for each age group. Generally speaking, the Normal White Blood Cell Count tends to decrease by aging, however, the Neutrophil WBC increases by aging, except in the care of newborns where infants are normally born with a relatively […]
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White Blood Cells

To effectively understand the White Blood Cells Count (WBC Count), it would be helpful to have a simple background about the white blood cells and there function in the human body. White blood cells are given this name because they appear as fuzzy grayish white layer that is separating the red blood cells from the […]
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