Infections and inflammation usually cause high white blood cell counts, according to the American Association for Clinical Chemistry. The elevated count can be also be attributed to allergic responses, severe stress and ... More »

A high white blood cell count may indicate anemia, infection, allergic reaction or leukemia, states MedlinePlus. Other causes include extensive tissue damage, cigarette smoking and severe mental or physical stress. Takin... More »

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A high white blood cell count indicates an underlying problem, such as an infection or reaction to a medication. High white blood cell counts must be evaluated by a doctor, according to Froedtert & the Medical College of... More »

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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 »

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 »

A raised MCV, or mean corpuscular volume, means the red blood cells are larger than they should be, explains the American Association for Clinical Chemistry. Counting red blood cells and measuring their size helps diagno... More »

A low white blood cell count and low blood platelet count can mean a patient has myelodysplastic syndrome, according to the MDS Foundation and Mayo Clinic. MDS is a group of disorders of the bone marrow. More »