ABS Lymph in a Blood Test?

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ABS Lymph in a blood test is a scientific measurement used to look for syphilis infection in a person
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Usually, it is used to check for infection.
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Hello Ronald: The absolute count in your case will be 10.1x thousand / microliter of blood. Therefore in a microlitre of blood you have 10000 lymphocytes. This is higher than the
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A lymphocyte is a type of white blood cell. Maybe that's what he meant? 8100 is quite high if that's what he's referring to, but you also have to look at it in relation to the other
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