Neutrophil

What is Neutrophil?

It is a type of white blood cells.Normally they are 40-60% of total leukocytes.They usually increase in number in acute infections such as upper respiratory tract infections, pneumonia,abdominal infections, skin and musculoskeletal infections, urogrnital infections.

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my brother is a juvenile diabetic since the last 20 years, he is 33 years old now. yesterday he got his annual check up- kidney/liver/lipid, Hb1AC...

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You mentioned that your brother has Diabetes since childhood. You also mentioned that his Liver and Kidney Function Tests, Lipids and...

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hi..i have just received my blood test results back and it seems i have mild neutropenia...my dr seems to think i have nothing to worry about as...

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Thanks for posting your query.

Neutropenia is a condition in which the number of neutrophils which are a type of WBC’s in the...

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