Seg Blood Test?

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Neutrophil is a mature white blood cell that fights bacterial infections. It is also known as segmented neutrophils or sets. If the neutrophil or seg count is less than 500, the individual has a higher risk of developing an infection.
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low neutrophils.
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One type of blood cells. Inflammation somewhere, or nothing at all. Get retested. Maybe first test was inaccurate.
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AST is the abbreviation for aspartate aminotransferase, which is an enzyme that is commonly found in the liver, heart and muscles. According to LipoScience, the enzyme was used as
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