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What sort of disorder is an eosinophilic disorder?
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Dr. Theresa Willett
Pediatrics
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In brief: Too many itch cells
Eosinophils are just one type of white blood cell or immune cell.
They are involved in allergic reactions, as well as protection from parasites. For various an often unclear reasons, some people get an imbalance of these cells and have irritation in their body related to the cells doing too much of their good thing. Asthma can involve overactive eos, as well as a type of esophagitis.

In brief: Too many itch cells
Eosinophils are just one type of white blood cell or immune cell.
They are involved in allergic reactions, as well as protection from parasites. For various an often unclear reasons, some people get an imbalance of these cells and have irritation in their body related to the cells doing too much of their good thing. Asthma can involve overactive eos, as well as a type of esophagitis.
Dr. Theresa Willett
Dr. Theresa Willett
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4 doctors agree
In brief: Blood disrder
Eoninophils are one of the specific white blood cells.
They are often increased in response to allergies or foreign substances, including organisms.

In brief: Blood disrder
Eoninophils are one of the specific white blood cells.
They are often increased in response to allergies or foreign substances, including organisms.
Dr. Lester Thompson
Dr. Lester Thompson
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