Leukopenia

What is Leukopenia?

Leukopenia (also known as leukocytopenia, or leucopenia) is a decrease in the number of white blood cells (leukocytes) found in the blood, which places individuals at increased risk of infection.

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I need help...in the 60's my uncle was diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder and they called it Leukopenia, about 10 years ago he gave me the...

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Welcome to H.C.M. I am Dr Krishna Dubey.
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Leukopenia is not actually a disease, rather it's a condition that increases...

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hi i hve fever 100 since five days weakness had an initial episode of diarrhoea, my ggt and sgpt is raised, sgpt is 400, there is leukopenia,plt...

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Did you get tested for Hepatitis ? You seem to have acute viral hepatitis. Also, 'plt' (platelets) can't be...

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Yes. Recently, I've had 3 blood tests showing low WBC's and some other abnormal counts. I sometimes take pamabrom when I feel bloated. Could this...

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Hi, dear. I have gone through your question. I can understand your concern. There are many causes of low wbc count. Even simple viral infection,...

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