What Is a High White Blood Cell Count?

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A high white blood cell count is a surge in the number of white blood cells in the body. This condition results whenever there is increased body susceptibility to disease. 10, 500 leukocytes present in a microlitre of blood is considered high white blood cell count in humans.
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More than 11,000 leukocytes in a microliter of blood in adults is generally considered a high white blood cell count, while a count lower than 4,000 white blood cells per microliter of blood is generally considered a low.
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