Increased Number Of Leukocytes In The Blood?
At first it got sick because of dengue fever after recovering, it continued to typhus, tuberculosis and finally now there are excess white blood cells.
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White blood cells or leukocytes are one of the blood components that have a vital function in the immune system of the human body. An increase in white blood cells (or what is called leukocytosis) can occur for many reasons, here are some of them:
An increase in the number of leukocytes in the blood or leukocytosis can be caused by many conditions, some of which are:
bacterial, viral, or parasitic infections (can be in any organ) inflammatory conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, colitis (crohn or ulcerative colitis), vasculitis, etc. allergic reactions to injuries to certain parts of the body, for example after accidents, burns, post-surgery, heart attack leukemia or blood cancer
The increase in white blood cells alone cannot be used as a benchmark for the diagnosis of a disease. Laboratory results should always be combined with clinical symptoms, physical examination, and other supporting examinations. It is recommended that you bring your laboratory results back to the doctor who examined you for further analysis.
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