Explanation Of The Results Of Leukocyte Examination?
I want to ask if the lab results, leukocytes are higher at 9.48 which should be 4.23 – 9.07 and the neutophil yield of the segment 70 should be 34 – 67.9 and the low lymphocyte yield is 20 which should be 21.8 – 53.1. I am 25 years old.
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Leukocytes are white blood cells in the body whose function is closely related to the human immune system. Under normal conditions, the value of human leukocytes ranges from 3,500 - 10,500 cells per microliter of blood, leukocytes themselves consist of 40% -60% neutrophils, 20% -40% lymphocytes, 2% -8% monocytes, 1% -4% eosinophils, and 0.5% -1% basophils.
In this condition, it should be noted that the normal range of laboratory examination values can vary depending on the institution. Apart from these figures it is also necessary to know what symptoms can arise from high leukocytes, including:
Acute viral, bacterial, or fungal infections.
Injury or postoperative condition or after injury
If no symptoms are found with leukocytes that are still in a mild increase, there is no need to worry and observations are made on the symptoms experienced. From the results of the examination you get indeed there are irregularities such as an increase or decrease in some components of white blood cells, but not significant. If at present there are no symptoms, you can continue to maintain your condition with a healthy lifestyle and adequate rest.
The value of white blood cells in the blood does not have a direct correlation with the incidence of nosebleeds. Nosebleeds are small blood vessel bursts in the nose that can occur spontaneously and generally do no harm and stop on their own. For more complete information on nosebleeds, you can access this article: Nosebleeds.
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