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Mar 6, 2017 ... A white blood cell (WBC) count is a test that measures the number of white blood cells in your body. .... Understanding WBC count test results.

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Apr 22, 2016 ... There are many types of white blood cells and each fights infection in a ... The ANC is found by multiplying the WBC count by the percent of ...

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Oct 29, 2015 ... The white blood cell count (WBC) is used to help diagnose an infection, inflammatory process, allergies, leukemia, immune disorders, and ...

www.patientpower.info/video/understanding-white-blood-cells-and-differentials

Mar 11, 2015 ... Laboratory scientist Dr. Susan Leclair helps us understand how to interpret white cells counts and differentials.

www.lls.org/managing-your-cancer/lab-and-imaging-tests/understanding-blood-counts

Understanding your blood cell counts give your doctor important clues about ... White cells, sometimes referred to as leukocytes, help fight bacteria and viruses.

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Below you'll find information to help you understand your complete blood count. ... not have enough white blood cells, or your platelet count could be lower than ...

www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/complete-blood-count/details/results/rsc-20257186

Aug 9, 2017 ... Male: 38.8-50.0 percent. Female: 34.9-44.5 percent. White blood cell count. 3.5- 10.5 billion cells/L (3,500 to 10,500 cells/mcL). Platelet count.

www.mayoclinic.org/symptoms/low-white-blood-cell-count/basics/definition/sym-20050615

Jun 15, 2005 ... A low white blood cell count (leukopenia) is a decrease in disease-fighting cells ( leukocytes) in your blood. Leukopenia is almost always ...

www.webmd.com/cancer/lymphoma/understanding-leukemia-basics

It's cancer of your blood cells caused by a rise in the number of white blood cells in your body. They crowd out the red blood cells and platelets your body needs ...