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n. neutrofilia, aumento de neutrófilos en la sangre.
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16] When the disease is active, the occurrence of lymphopenia and neutrophilia can be even higher.
3], and polymorphonuclear neutrophilia [greater than or equal to]75%) to assess the presence of AA (3) (Table 1).
Neutrophilia is a wellrecognised complication of sickle cell disease (SCD) and is a risk factor for increased disease severity and early death.
The 12 samples were taken to the JDWNRH for routine blood tests; results showed anemia in 5 patients, thrombocytopenia in 4, neutropenia in 3, lymphocytosis in 2, and neutrophilia in 2 (online Technical Appendix Table).
Laboratory examinations revealed leukocytosis with neutrophilia, mild anaemia (Hb: 8.
His initial laboratory work-up showed: leukocytosis (14 300 cells/[micro]L) with neutrophilia (76%); C-reactive protein (CRP) 57 mg/L; total bilirubin 3.
Decreased Hb and TEC levels could be due to epistaxis, petechial hemorrhages, myelosuppression or due to severe anemia (Bhadesiya and Raval, 2015), neutrophilia (73.
A description of two bipolar I disorder cases presents examples of the phenomenon of transient neutrophilia that occurred during admission into a state psychiatric hospital.
Severe leaukocytosis, neutrophilia, monocytosis, eosinophilia and basophilia were recorded in positive camels as compared to non infected camels.
Seifritz E, Hemmeter U, Holsboer-Trachsler E, Poldinger W Chronic leukocytosis and neutrophilia caused by rehabilitation stress in a clozapine-treated patient.
2013) who experimentally infected the cow with bovine VACV (BPXV has close homology with VACV, no data is available regarding hematology of BPXV infected buffaloes) and recorded that there was leukocytosis with neutrophilia and lymphocytosis.
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