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On a point & figure chart, an estimation of future price movements. Point & figure charts seek to identify support and resistance levels. Counts are estimates on the likelihood that a security will break through one or the other and result in a large profit or loss.
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Each set of samples (proximal and distal) was tested and compared for differences in protein, glucose, white cell count, appearance, and culture.
Following the chest X-ray findings and the cefuroxime regime, blood investigations were repeated after two weeks, showing a white cell count of 6.0 (neutrophils 2.8, eosinophils 0.4), ESR 4, CRP <6.
High white cell counts, especially monocytes or neutrophils.
He suffered from a low white cell count and his liver was unable to rid his body of impurities.
"When white cell count was mentioned I knew she had leukaemia.
Laboratory tests showed: haemoglobin 3.6, mean corpuscular volume 68.3, white cell count 7, platelets 121, renal function normal, protein 67 and albumin 14.
But Bolger confirmed yesterday that Galatee, a daughter of Galileo, has "an elevated white cell count" and, for that reason, must miss her classic engagement.
Anderson and his associates developed a risk model that used seven measures from the CBC; hematocrit, red-cell distribution width, mean corpuscular-hemoglobin concentration, mean corpuscular volume, platelet count, white cell count, and white-cell differential count.
After more tests, it was determined that the sudden increase in T cell numbers was accompanied by a huge increase in my white cell count without any signs of infection.
(2) Our patient had diffuse bone marrow involvement but a low white cell count at the time of diagnosis and has signs of disease progression less than 2 years after initial diagnosis.
On September 6, the patient's body temperature was 103.8 degrees; she had an elevated white cell count of 14,800.