lymphopenia


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lymphopenia

(ˌlɪmfəʊˈpiːnɪə)
n
(Biochemistry) a reduction in the number of lymphocytes in the blood
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Noun1.lymphopenia - an abnormally small number of lymphocytes in the circulating blood
blood disease, blood disorder - a disease or disorder of the blood
Translations

lym·pho·pe·ni·a

n. linfopenia, linfocitopenia, disminución en el número de linfocitos en la sangre.
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12],[13],[14],[15] It is a common knowledge that the classification of circulating WBCs exhibits certain changes during systemic inflammation, which is typically characterized by lymphopenia and neutrophilia.
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