What Is the Normal Range of Lymphocyte Count?

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Lymphocytes are the white blood cells found in the immune system. They function as the main antibodies and defense against viral infections. The body has a normal range of lymphocyte count which is 15 to 40% of the white blood cells while the total lymphocytes count is 800 to 2200/mm.
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5-10%.
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gt spice - Good question! In children, a "high lymphocyte count" can mean 2 different things. One is an absolute increase in total lymphocytes, as may be seen in infections
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Lymphocyte counts can drop just before a viral infection. I guess I'd want to repeat the test after you are over the laryngitis. IF it is still low then, you might have an immunologic
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Lymphocytes are a type of white blood cell. It is normal to have 4500 to 11,000 white blood cells per microliter of your blood. Of these white blood cells about 23-33% should be lymphocytes
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