According to Mayo Clinic, elevated eosinophils could mean the body is attacking a substance it has deemed foreign, such as a parasite or allergen. Mayo Clinic lists potential causes of eosinophilia, the term for eosinoph... More »

A high eosinophils count can result from allergies, environmental toxins, autoimmune diseases, parasitic infections and fungal infections, explains Mayo Clinic. Other potential causes include skin disorders, tumors, endo... More »

Low levels of absolute eosinophils are caused by either alcohol intoxication or the over production of certain specific steroids in the body, such as corticosol, as reported by MedlinePlus. Absolute eosinophils are white... More »

Medical treatment that effectively rids the body of a specific parasite depends on the type of parasite, and not all parasitic infections can be treated. Antibiotics and other drugs, such as Melarsopro or Nifurtimox, may... More »

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According to Mayo Clinic, baker's cysts are caused by injuries or arthritic conditions that result in the knee joint producing excess synovial fluid, which is a substance naturally created by the body that is essential f... More »

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Low levels of absolute eosinophils are caused by either alcohol intoxication or the over production of certain specific steroids in the body, such as corticosol, as reported by MedlinePlus. Absolute eosinophils are white... More »

Rashes are often caused by contact with an irritating substance or allergen, according to WebMD. Common causes of rashes include poison ivy, soaps, perfumes, latex, jewelry and fabrics. Sometimes rashes are caused by vir... More »

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