Neutropenia itself does not cause symptoms, but patients with the condition can become severely ill due to even minor infections. Most patients discover they have neutropenia from a blood test or after an infection devel... More »

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Neutropenia occurs when a person has a low count of white blood cells called "neutrophils," which are responsible for fighting off bacterial and other infections. The condition occurs when the neutrophil count drops belo... More »

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Patients with neutropenia can prevent infections by practicing good hygiene, avoiding and tending to cuts and scrapes, and staying away from things that can expose them to bacteria or viruses, according to WebMD. People ... More »

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Neutropenia itself usually causes no symptoms; however, ulcers, abscesses, rashes and fevers can occur as a result of an infection made possible by the disorder, according to WebMD. These infections typically develop in ... More »

Neutropenia occurs when a person has a low count of white blood cells called "neutrophils," which are responsible for fighting off bacterial and other infections. The condition occurs when the neutrophil count drops belo... More »

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Acupuncture may be able to help some patients with trigger thumb, unless the patients have underlying disorders or other factors associated with the condition, explains the British Acupuncture Council. The best treatment... More »

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Charcot syndrome, also known as Charcot arthropathy, is a condition where patients lose sensations in the feet or ankles and may experience dislocations of bones and joints or fractures without injury or trauma, accordin... More »

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