Lymphocyte morphology: defintie proof active of viral infection
Feb 8, 2004
Dear Dr. Holodniy,
If one has reactive lymphocytes, does that mean one definitely has an active viral infection? Is it 100 per cent evidence?
Response from Dr. Holodniy
Reactive or atypical lymphocytes can be seen with a variety of infections, allergic drug reactions, and autoimmune diseases.
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