Hematology Test

White Blood Count/ Leukocyte Count/ Total WBC/ White Count

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Test : White Blood Count/ Leukocyte Count/ Total WBC/ White Count

Indications : Used to evaluate White cell enumeration, evaluate myelopoiesis, bacterial and viral infections, toxic metabolic processes, diagnose leukemia stages.

Physiology : WBC counts from actively crying babies may show leukocytosis and may suggest bacterial infections.

Normal Range : Peripheral blood: 4500-11,000/mm3 (4.5-11 X 109/L) Possible Panic Range: < 2500/mm3 (2.5X109/L) or > 30000/mm3 (>30.0X109/L).

Test Method : Haemocytometer counting chamber

Related Tests : Anti-neutrophil Antibody, Chromosome Analysis, Complete Blood Count, Total WBC Count

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my WBC count is 3000,so I am having leukopenia but differential leukocyte count is normal, no other symptoms prevailing except fatigue, so what may be the cause? and what is the line if treatment?
anuradhaaol  Tuesday, June 10, 2014
does my being diagnosed with leukocytosis explain why I feel so drained?
angiek  Thursday, February 13, 2014
Mine is 3800/c.mm. plz suggest is there any problem??
anvitaa  Monday, September 09, 2013
what is the difference between toatal leukocyte count and differential leukocyte count?
rabz315  Thursday, October 18, 2012
my totol tlc count is 5000......is there anything to worry about?

amritasaini  Tuesday, September 04, 2012
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