Low lymphocytes may be caused by chemotherapy, leukemia, radiation therapy or sepsis, and high neutrophils may be caused by stress, infection, gout or rheumatoid arthritis, according to MedlinePlus. Both lymphocytes and ... More »

The absolute neutrophil count, or ANC, is the count of neutrophils per microliter of blood. The neutrophil is the most important infection-fighting white blood cell, and acts particularly against bacteria and fungi. A he... More »

Blood tests showing a low SEG, or 'segmental neutrophil level,' often indicate an infection or sepsis. Segmental neutrophils are the primary white blood cells responsible for fighting infection, especially those caused b... More »

A high level of neutrophils can indicate an infection, gout or leukemia, as stated by the National Institutes of Health. The increase can also be caused by an allergic reaction. More »

Low polys means low neutrophils, and high lymphs indicate high lymphocytes, according to WebMD. Neutrophils and lymphocytes are both types of white blood cells. The National Institute of Health says that a combination of... More »

The causes of a low lymphocyte count include leukemia, steroid use, HIV infection and sepsis, according to MedlinePlus. Chemotherapy and radiation exposure also affect lymphocyte levels. A lymphocyte is a type of white b... More »

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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 »