neutrophilia


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neutrophilia

[‚nü·trə′fil·ē·ə]
(biology)
Affinity for neutral dyes.
(medicine)
An abnormal increase in leukocytes in the tissues or peripheral circulation.
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Neutrophilia can result from granulocytes moving from pericapillary tissue margins into the circulating pool.
The hematological findings of the cows previously treated with corticoid (DMS) exhibited severe neutrophilia due to impairment of adhesion molecules of neutrophils, (Paes et al.
Interestingly, in contrast to lung neutrophilia, the total neutrophil count in blood of wild-type and MPO deficient mice before and at different time points of LPS-induced lung inflammation did not significantly differ (Figure 3(a)).
Neutrophilia has been commonly found in adult patients hospitalized with different agents of viral pneumonia but less frequently in influenza cases (3); lymphopenia has been described in patients with pandemic A (H1N1) influenza, SARS and metapneumovirus infection, (5,38-40) and CRP is increased in a fraction of patients admitted with influenza.
Our results suggest that the changes in plasma levels of CK and circulating neutrophils (segmented and rods) are correlated, reinforcing that this muscle damage marker reverberates in the systemic neutrophilia, although no correlations were found between CK and leukocyte infiltration in the muscular tissue, after the SRE (RAASTAD et al.
3]), neutrophilia (90%), and elevated erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR, 48 mm in the first hour, normal value 5-10 mm in the first hour by Westergren method).
Role of TLR2, TLR4, and MyD88 in murine ozone-induced airway hyperresponsiveness and neutrophilia.
Laboratory tests reveal leukopenia with lymphopenia and relative neutrophilia with immature forms, as well as thrombocytopenia, all due to the pathologic mechanisms used by Ebola virus.
3,4) The purpose of this study is to assess pre and post-surgical levels of leucocytes, neutrophilia, hemoglobin, hematocrit, and platelets in patients with PAT that underwent exploratory laparotomy.
Our results suggest that leukocytosis after the RE occurs due to an increase in the neutrophilia and monocytosis, once the plasma volume correction has shown that the rod neutrophils (young) and the lymphocytes were not increased when compared with the basal collection.
Initial laboratory results revealed a slightly elevated white blood cell count with neutrophilia.
This syndrome is characterized with fever, neutrophilia and inflammatory skin lesions and is observed rarely in children (2-4).

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