What are the causes for a low neutrophil count and a high lymphocyte count?

Answer Higher-than-normal T-cell levels may be due to: Acute lymphocytic leukemia Infectious mononucleosis Multiple myeloma Lower than normal levels of Neutrophils can be caused by a failure of the bone m... Read More »

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Can Lyme disease cause a low WBC count, high lymphocyte count and a low neutrophil count?

Lyme disease is a multi-system disease, which can affect many different parts of the body. Complicating things is that fact that often the tick bite transmits more than just Lyme--people may unknow... Read More »

What does low WBC count, High Lymphocyte count and low neutrophil count mean?

Low white Blood Count this is part of the immune system to fight off disease infections and germs. Neutrophils and Lymphocytes are types of white blood cells. Abnormal low levels of WBC can cause i... Read More »

Low neutrophil count 31%, high lymphocyte count 66% ?

The low-neutrophil but high-lymphocyte count could mean something viral. If your back and head hurts, you might have some kind of viral meningitis, but don't worry. Viral meningitis is very rarely ... Read More »

Is a low lymphocyte, high neutrophil, and total WBC count normal?

Your doctor was pretty accurate. The total WBC count is a good indicator about the state of affairs in your blood. Typically, your neutrophil count will always be higher then your lymphocyte count.... Read More »