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What Is A Normal White Blood Cell Count?
Aug 5, 2014 ... A description of the normal range of a white blood cell (WBC) count test and why a physician might order this blood test.
Definition of White Blood Cells (WBCs) - Lung Cancer - About.com
White blood cells (WBCs) are an important part of the immune system. What types of blood cells are WBCs and what is their function?
White Blood Cell - Biology - About.com
Also called leukocytes, white blood cells play an important role in the immune system by protecting the body from infectious agents.
Living With Low White Blood Cell Count (Neutropenia)
Low white blood cells, or neutropenia, can be caused by a couple of factors in patients with blood cancers. First, cancer cells crowding out normal ...
What Your White Blood Cell Count Means Video
Because the white blood cells are an integral force in your body, getting a white blood cell count is important. Learn what your white blood cell count means in ...
Types of White Blood Cells and Immunity - Leukemia & Lymphoma
Jun 25, 2014 ... Our white blood cells (WBCs) are a part of our immune system, and play a prolific role in blood and marrow cancers. Learn more about white ...
What Is A Complete Blood Cell Count?
A CBC is actually comprised of several different tests that are run on the blood, including white blood cell counts and red blood cell counts, white blood cell ...
What Is the Normal Range for a Red Blood Cell Count?
Aug 17, 2014 ... A red blood cell (RBC) count is an important test that can help your ... Test · Complete Blood Cell (CBC) Count · White Blood Cell (WBC) Count.
Chemotherapy and Low White Blood Cell (WBC) Counts
Chemotherapy may result in fall of white blood cell counts (WBCs). Why does the cell count fall? How is this chemotherapy related fall in blood counts detected ...
Chemotherapy and Low White Blood Cell Counts
May 30, 2014 ... It is marked by the decrease of a type of white blood cell called neutrophils. These specialized white blood cells help fight off infection in the ...
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