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Periphere weiße Blutzellen

  • Robert Duncan Eastham
Part of the Heidelberger Taschenbücher book series (HTB, volume 46)

Zusammenfassung

10 000–25 000 pro mm3. In den ersten 24 Std zeigt das Differentialblutbild ein Überwiegen der Neutrophilen. Vom 3. bis 4. Tag ist der Leukocytenwert auf 9 000–15 000 pro mm3 abgefallen. Um die 3. bis 5. Woche ist der relative Anteil der Neutrophilen gegenüber den Lymphocyten zurückgegangen und die relative Lymphocytose überwiegt nun bis zum 4. Jahr.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Robert Duncan Eastham
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  1. 1.Newcastle upon Tyne, BristolGreat Britain

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