neutrophils in bacterial or viral infection
21 Jan 2010 Neutrophils in general are the predominant circulating white blood cell indicate a severe, overwhelming viral or bacterial infection.
by PAB Wark - 2001 - Cited by 142 - Related articlesThose with virus infection had increased sputum neutrophils (p<0.05) and. All subjects with acute asthma had sputum sent for bacterial culture,
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by Y HAYASE - 1998Abstract;In influenza virus infection, type-specific or strain-specific immune causes neutrophil dysfunction which contribute to the serious bacterial
by BH Park - 1968 - Cited by 494 - Related articlesOn the other hand, the increase in number of N.B.T.positive neutrophils was found only in acute bacterial infection, and not in viral infection or primary
22 Mar 2010 Function: Primary defense against bacterial infection Definition (MSH), An opportunistic viral infection of the central nervous system
In a bacterial or fungal infection, more neutrophils are produced to fight the . with viral or bacterial infections and T cell malignant lymphoma.
by G Engelich - 2001 - Cited by 30 - Related articlesMeasurement of bacterial or viral uptake by neutrophils.. K. (1996) Etiology of bacterial superinfections complicating influenza viral infection Brown,
by D Kiefer - Related articlesWithout the aid of neutrophils, the chances of succumbing to infection increase. activating defenses against both bacterial and viral organisms.17-21
Increased neutrophils suggests infection (bacterial or early viral, rarely leukemia), acute stress, acute and chronic inflammations.
by O Ramilo - 2007 - Cited by 71 - Related articles31 Aug 2008 About one third of the patients with bacterial infection displayed infection itself,13 or an undiagnosed or preceding viral infection.
by M Kubota - 2006 - Cited by 2 - Related articlesadenovirus or RS virus infection, as well as bacterial infec- tions, should be taken into consideration. Key words Neutrophil alkaline phosphatase ·
by B RUDENSKY - 2008 - Cited by 3 - Related articlesCD64 expression on neutrophils might therefore be useful to differentiate between bacterial and viral infections in young children.
Percentage is often increased during a bacterial infection. Multiplying the percentage of neutrophils by the total number of white blood cells will give the "absolute" number of these Viral infections may increase their number.
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