lymphopenic

lymphopenic

adjective Referring to a relative or absolute decrease of lymphocytes in the peripheral circulation.
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Among 4 patients for whom laboratory examination was conducted at initial visit, 2 were lymphopenic.
Most of the cats were lymphopenic either by differential or by absolute lymphocyte determination.
Immunological Reconstitution of Sex-Linked Lymphopenic Immunological Deficiency, 2 THE LANCET 1366 (1968) (discussing a bone marrow transplant procedure for an individual with combined T-cell and B-cell immunodeficiency).
The virus was introduced to the haematology unit from the community with oseltamivir resistance being driven by treatment in two lymphopenic patients with onward transmission of OR-(H1N1) 2009 virus to other patients on the unit.
In addition, the biochemical and hematologic profiles of the study population were indicative of malnutrition and a hyperferremic, hyperphosphatemic, and lymphopenic condition.
The first was a lymphopenic HIV patient with a vascular AR proved by biopsy, a result that could support an immunologic origin of the tCF-DNA, at least in part.
Silvestris et al (17) found that serum titres of sFas antigen and sFas ligand were linearly correlated in 17 severely lymphopenic subjects as compared with other non-HIV patients grouped in relation to their single expression of sFas ligand and sFas antigen, or with double-negative marker expression on T cells by flow cytometry.
Transferred lymphocytes expand in such lymphopenic mice (Bell et al.
I've got a boy with hemophilia who is also lymphopenic (too few white blood cells called lymphocytes) and leukopenic (too few white blood cells called leukocytes) and he presented with herpes zoster.
Median survival of severely divpenic patients was less than 6 months, compared to >22 months for the remaining patients who were not in this severely lymphopenic state.
The other clinical trial will examine the ability of a lymphopenic preconditioning regimen to enhance bi-allelic engraftment, and reduce viral load during treatment interruption, in non-CCR5-mutated HIV subjects.