A 58-year-old male asked about a male:
My son 31, got eosinophils of 7.9% six month back and 7.6% today. could this be due to exposure to traffic and second hand cigarettes smoke?
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Pediatrics 25 years experience
Eosinophils: Elevated eosinophils are usually caused by allergies. Parasitic infections have also been known to cause elevations in eosinophils. Environmental pollutants are a possible but less likely cause.
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Last updated Jan 14, 2015
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