Oct 7, 2001
dr judith little confused.could u tell me whats the difference on cbc results when its says abs lymphocyte and lymp thank u for taking the time to read
Response from Dr. Feinberg
Lymphocytes are expressed as a percent of the total white blood cell count. "Absolute" counts mean that the percent has been converted to a number. They both refer to different ways of describing the same thing.
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