High Count of Lymphocytes?

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Lymphocytes are a type of white blood cell, cells that fight help fight infection and defend the body from foreign material. There are three major types: T cells, which are involved in activating natural killer cells; B cells, which are involved in activating antibodies; and natural killer cells, which respond to virally infected cells and tumor formation.

A lymphocyte level that is more than 2,900 lymphocytes per microliter of blood, or greater than 40% of white blood cells is considered to be abnormally high. This may be due to a number of issues, but they can be broadly categorized as: bacterial, viral or other infection; cancer of the blood or lymphatic system; or autoimmune disorders, particularly ones that cause chronic inflammation.

Be sure to keep in mind that a high lymphocyte count is usually a symptom of another underlying condition. For an accurate diagnosis and proper course of treatment, consult your doctor.
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High Lymphocyte Count in Horses
Like humans, horses can have illnesses that show their presence through the blood. By analyzing the blood and specific cells, like lymphocytes, veterinarians can determine probable issues with the horse and develop a treatment plan.... More »
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