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Nov 26, 2017 ... How many white blood cells (WBCs) someone has varies, but the normal range is usually between 4,000 and 11,000 per microliter of blood. A blood test that shows a WBC count of less than 4,000 per microliter (some labs say less than 4,500) could mean your body may not be able to fight infection the way ...

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Jan 9, 2018 ... A red blood cell count that's higher than normal (erythrocytosis), or high hemoglobin or hematocrit levels, could point to an underlying medical condition, such as polycythemia vera or heart disease. White blood cell count. A low white blood cell count (leukopenia) may be caused by a medical condition, ...

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What is a normal WBC count? An average normal range is between 3,500 and 10,500 white blood cells per microliter of blood (mcL). Infants are often born with much higher numbers of WBCs, which gradually even out as they age. According to the Mayo Clinic, these are the normal ranges of ...

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Jan 11, 2017 ... A low white blood cell count can signal that something is destroying the cells faster than they are being made, or that the body is producing too few of them. White blood cells account for approximately 1 percent of the total blood cells, and they are essential to normal immune function. White blood cells are ...

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All the types of white blood cells are reflected in the white blood cell count. The normal range for the white blood cell count varies between laboratories but is usually between 4,300 and 10,800 cells per cubic millimeter of blood. This can also be referred to as the leukocyte count and can be expressed in international units ...

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White Cell Differential. Differential count, sometimes referred to as a "diff," is a breakdown of the different types of white cells. A white cell (WBC) differential also checks whether white cells appear normal. The five types of white cells and the approximate percentage they make up in the blood are: Neutrophils (55% to 70 %) ...

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Feb 7, 2017 ... A WBC count is a blood test to measure the number of white blood cells (WBCs) in the blood. WBCs are also called leukocytes. They help fight infections. There are 5 major types of white blood cells: Basophils; Eosinophils; Lymphocytes (T cells, B cells, and Natural Killer cells); Monocytes; Neutrophils ...

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Mar 23, 2015 ... Explaines how the white blood cell count (WBC count) is used, when a WBC count is ordered, and what the results of a WBC count might mean. The white blood cell count (WBC) is used to help diagnose an infection, inflammatory process, allergies, leukemia, immune disorders, and monitor bone marrow ...

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Mar 13, 2013 ... The specific number for high white blood cell count varies from one lab testing facility to another, but a general rule of thumb is that a count of more than 10,500 leukocytes in a microliter of blood in adults is generally considered to be high, while 4,500-10,500 is considered within the normal range.