One calculation that is very important is the absolute cell count.
This is achieved by multiplying the total white cell count by the percent of a specific cell reported.
Based on these figures, the normal lymphocyte count is in the range of 1,000 to 3,850 per microlitre of blood or 1.0-3.8x109L.
Often the first symptom of MCL is an above normal lymphocyte count, which is discovered in a routine blood test.
Copyrightę 1999 David M. Thomas
& also info from Ron Edwards- MCL victim
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July 26, 2003