A high absolute neutrophil count may indicate inflammation, infection, stress, reaction to medication or the presence of cancer, according to HealthTap contributor Dr. Reid Blackwelder. In most instances, levels above 8,... More »

According to MedicineNet.com, the absolute neutrophil count is the real number of white blood cells that can be classified as neutrophils. The count cannot be measured directly; instead other blood tests are used to calc... More »

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According to MedicineNet, the absolute neutrophil count is a laboratory test that indirectly measures the number of neutrophils in a patient's blood. The number of neutrophils is computed by multiplying the total white b... More »

A high white blood cell count typically indicates a bacterial or viral infection; a disorder of the immune system; a reaction to medication; leukemia; allergic reaction; stress; or smoking, as stated by Mayo Clinic. Tube... More »

A high neutrophil blood count can mean the patient has an infection or is suffering from great stress, according to MedlinePlus. Other interpretations of a high neutrophil count are gout, myelocytic leukemia, rheumatoid ... More »

An elevated absolute lymphocyte count is an indicator of infection, multiple myeloma or lymphocytic leukemia, notes MedlinePlus. Lymphocytes should make up approximately 20 to 40 percent of the white blood cells in a sam... More »

A slightly elevated WBC or white blood cell count in the blood can signify an infection, inflammation, leukemia, anemia, tissue damage or stress, according to About.com. White blood cells are blood components that help t... More »