Definition of Neutrophilia:

A white blood cell disorder in which there is a higher than normal number of neutrophils in the blood.  Neutrophils are the most common white cells (leukocytes) in our blood, forming up to 70% of all circulating white cells.

Topics Related to Neutrophilia

Chronic Neutrophilic Leukemia (CNL)

...the condition
“...Chronic neutrophilic leukemia features persistent neutrophilia, increased white blood cell production in the bone marrow, and enlargement of the liver and spleen (hepatosplenomegaly)...”


...the condition
“...If neutrophil levels become too high, neutrophilia results.  Neutrophilia is the most common form of leukocytosis – a condition involving an increased number of leukocytes in the blood...”
...relationship to Menorrhagia (Heavy Periods)
“Loss of blood cells through excessive bleeding can cause neutrophilia.”
...relationship to (Prescription) Drug Side-Effects
“Certain medications such as corticosteroids or lithium carbonate can cause neutrophilia.”
...relationship to Rheumatoid Arthritis
“Rheumatoid arthritis and other inflammatory diseases can cause neutrophilia.”
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