White Blood Cells

White Blood Cell Overview

The white blood cells disorders encompass disorders that increases or decreases the white blood cell count in the body rendering them not being able to function as they should. WBC count varies as part of physiological response towards stimuli like pain, severe emotional stress, exercise and even pregnancy. Raised WBC count is seen in medical conditions such as infection, inflammation and with use of certain drugs. WBC count could also be raised when there is a mutation causing a stem cell disorder of the hematopoietic stem cell.

Associated Diseases

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