Leukopenia

Definition of Leukopenia:

A condition in which the number of white blood cells circulating in the blood is abnormally low.

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Ehrlichiosis

...the condition
“...A CBC shows decreased white blood cells (leukopenia), decreased platelets (thrombocytopenia); a granulocyte stain shows clumps of bacteria inside white blood cells; the platelet count shows decreased platelets (thrombocytopenia); liver...”

Hypersplenism

...the condition
“...Most patients will develop an enlarged spleen, anemia, leukopenia, or abnormally low white blood cell counts, or thrombocytopenia, a deficiency of circulating platelets in the blood...”
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Intestinal Obstruction

...the condition
“...Leukopenia with left shift suggests infarction with sepsis...”

Lupus, SLE (Systemic Lupus Erythematosus)

...the condition
“...The 11 criteria used for the diagnosis of lupus ... Hematologic disorder – Hemolytic anemia (low red blood cell count) or leukopenia (white blood cell count <4,000/uL), lymphopenia (<1,500/uL) or thrombocytopenia (<100,000/uL) in the absence of offending drug...”
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Myelodysplastic Syndrome

...the condition
“...MDS must be differentiated from anemia, thrombocytopenia, and leukopenia.  Diagnostic investigation can include: Full blood count; Examination of blood film; Blood tests that help eliminate other causes of cytopenias, for example lupus, hepatitis, B12, folate...”

Typhoid Fever

...the condition
“...Positive urine culture for S. typhi during third to fourth week (25%); Leukopenia – 4000/ul – 6000/ul in first two weeks; 3000/ul – 5000/ul in second two weeks; Normochromic, normocytic anemia – chronic-disease type; Proteinuria during febrile period; No increase in...”
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