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By Auer, Rebecca Infection is the most common cause of neutrophilia, says Dr Rebecca Auer Neutrophilia is an increase in circulating neutrophils above that expected in a healthy individual of the same age, sex, race and physiological status. TMs represents an increase in the neutrophil count above 7.5 ? 1e'/1 and is one of the most frequently observed changes in the FBC. It is usually due either to a redistribution of white cells or an increase hi bone marrow output. Neutrophilia can...
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