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WBC Differential

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Also known as: Leukocyte Differential Count; Peripheral Differential; WBC Count Differential; Diff; Blood Differential; Differential Blood Count
Formal name: White Blood Cell Differential

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A WBC differential typically includes the following: absolute neutrophil count or % neutrophils, absolute lymphocyte count or % lymphocytes, absolute monocyte count or % monocytes, absolute eosinophil count or % esosinophils, and absolute basophil count or % basophils.

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