ABS Lymphocytes?

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Located in the vertebrate immune system, a lymphocyte is a type of white blood cell. When looking at these lymphocytes under a microscope, they are divided into two groups, large and small. Large lymphocytes are NK cells, and small lymphocytes are T cells and B cells. When having a test done and it comes back on the lower side for lymphocytes, this can be associated with infection or a test performed shortly after a surgery. For example, if the patient had HIV, this virus destroys the T cells. ABS lymphonctes are also called absolute lymphonctes.
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