A high neutrophil count in the blood may indicate one of several immune system difficulties, including an acute infection, acute stress, gout, eclampsia and trauma, according to MedlinePlus. Diseases associated with a hi... More »

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A low neutrophil count, or neutropenia, is clinically significant because neutrophils are a type of white blood cell that help fight off infection. Patients become more vulnerable to infectious diseases, especially bacte... 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 »

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 »

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 »

A high red blood cell count may result from cigarette smoking, congenital heart disease, right-sided heart failure, dehydration or a kidney tumor, notes MedlinePlus. Low levels of oxygen in the blood, pulmonary fibrosis ... More »

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An absolute neutrophil count is the amount of a particular type of white blood cell in blood, according to MedlinePlus. Made in the bone marrow, neutrophils help fight off infection, particularly from bacteria and fungi,... More »