An elevated eos in the blood signifies an increased eosinophil count, according to the American Association for Clinical Chemistry. Eosinophils are a component of the immune system and can be elevated in patients with pa... More »

According to MedlinePlus, the normal eosinophil count, or eos blood level, is less than 350 cells per microliter. The level is found by counting how many eosinophils are present per 100 cells in a blood sample. High leve... More »

Causes of an elevated eosinophil count include autoimmune diseases, allergies, skin disorders, tumors and endocrine disorders, notes Mayo Clinic. The medical term for an elevated eosinophil count is eosinphilia. More »

An abnormally high white blood cell count in the urine indicates inflammation of the kidneys or urinary tract, states the American Association for Clinical Chemistry. The most common cause of a high number of WBCs in the... More »

According to MedlinePlus, the normal eosinophil count, or eos blood level, is less than 350 cells per microliter. The level is found by counting how many eosinophils are present per 100 cells in a blood sample. High leve... More »

Causes of an elevated eosinophil count include autoimmune diseases, allergies, skin disorders, tumors and endocrine disorders, notes Mayo Clinic. The medical term for an elevated eosinophil count is eosinphilia. More »

A high RDW value indicates there is a mix of small and large cells in a blood sample, explains the American Association for Clinical Chemistry. RDW stands for red blood cell distribution width, a measure of how much the ... More »