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What is eosinophilia and how is it diagnosed?

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Dr. James Ball
Pediatrics - Hematology & Oncology
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In brief: CBC

Eosinophilia is more of a finding than a diagnosis.
It is noted on a cbc. Once it is of concern, the cause may be determined. Potential causes include infection, allergies, unknown causes or certain blood abnormalities. Increased eosinophils can be dangerous over time, as it can cause tissue damage. This should be followed closely by your doctor.

In brief: CBC

Eosinophilia is more of a finding than a diagnosis.
It is noted on a cbc. Once it is of concern, the cause may be determined. Potential causes include infection, allergies, unknown causes or certain blood abnormalities. Increased eosinophils can be dangerous over time, as it can cause tissue damage. This should be followed closely by your doctor.
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