lymphocytosis


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lymphocytosis

[‚lim·fə‚sī′tō·səs]
(medicine)
An abnormally high lymphocyte count in the blood.
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Intraepithelial lymphocytosis in architecturally preserved proximal small intestinal mucosa: An increasing diagnostic problem with a wide differential diagnosis.
Leukocytosis and lymphocytosis are reliable predictors for the diagnosis of whooping cough.
The important observations which resulted from this study different from previous similar studies included lymphocytosis instead of neutrophilia, lower frequency of raised ASO titre in streptococcal pyodermas and lower percentage of streptococci isolated in culture.
The lymphocytosis reappeared after the end of chemotherapy and persisted until September 2013 varying from 4600 to 8000 lymphocytes/[mm.
In addition to these malignancies, another clinical condition that is more common among the first-degree relatives of CLL patients and characterized by a lower rate of B-cell growth despite its clinical similarity to CLL is monoclonal B-cell lymphocytosis (MBL) (5).
It could be interesting to clarify to readers the patient's clinical aspects that led his doctors to require a bone marrow examination since there was no peripheral lymphocytosis.
Non-CLL-like monoclonal B-cell lymphocytosis in the general population: prevalence and phenotypic/genetic characteristics.
The simultaneous presence of lymphocytosis and splenomegaly, which is seen in the vast majority of patients, should raise the suspicion for EBV.
Day 1 leukograms indicated marked leucocytosis due to neutrophilia with a regenerative left shift; marked granulocytosis, and moderate lymphocytosis (Pless than 0.
1995) The transient syndrome of headache with neurologic deficits and CSF lymphocytosis.
Akram et al (27) proposed the following 5 criteria to diagnose adult AIE, of which the first 4 are required for diagnosis: (1) adult-onset diarrhea longer than 6 weeks, (2) malabsorption, (3) specific small-bowel histology (partial/complete villous blunting, deep crypt lymphocytosis, crypt apoptotic bodies, minimal surface lymphocytosis), (4) exclusion of other causes of villous atrophy, and (5) presence of anti-enterocyte and/or antigoblet cell antibodies.
Bovine Leukaemia Virus (BLV) (Retroviridae: Orthoretrovirinae: Deltaretro virus) the causative agent of Enzootic Bovine Leucosis (EBL) is responsible for neoplastic disease and persistent lymphocytosis of cattle (Willems and Kettmann, 2002).