Abnormally high counts of monocytes in the blood may be the result of chronic inflammatory disease, leukemia, parasitic infection, tuberculosis or a viral infection, according to the U.S. National Library of Medicine. Mo... More »

A monocyte blood test measures the number of monocytes, a type of white blood cell, in the blood. Doctors use the test to evaluate the function of the immune system and the bone marrow. It is also used to look for certai... More »

High monocyte levels in the blood are referred to as monocytosis, states MedFriendly. Monocytosis may have a common cause such as inflammation, stress or a fever from a virus. It also may be caused by something more comp... More »

Elevated monocyte levels, or monocytosis, may be due to chronic inflammatory disease, stress response, leukemia, parasitic or viral infection or tuberculosis, as MedlinePlus indicates. A complete blood count gives insigh... More »

A high lymphocyte count is referred to as lymphocytosis and is caused by a bacterial or viral infection, cancer, autoimmune disorders, tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS or whooping cough, according to the Mayo Clinic. It is normal ... More »

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The normal result for a blood glucose test is a value between 70 and 100 milligrams per deciliter, states the U.S. National Library of Medicine. This is the normal value for a fasting test, meaning that the patient has n... More »

A normal value for a carbon dioxide blood test is between 23 and 29 mEq/L, according to the U.S. National Library of Medicine. The severity of an abnormal test result is dependent on the underlying condition in the patie... More »