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Approach to lymphocytosis: ALC>4000/uL
It's either reactive or clonal:
Reactive includes:
1) Infections:
- viral: HIV (in acute infection), EBV (mono), CMV, HHV6, HTLV-1
- bac: bordatella pertussis, bartonella (cat scratch disease)
- toxo, babesiosis (also causes hemolytic anemia)
2) Hypersensitivity reactions
- drugs, acute serum sickness
3) stress-induced (status epilepticus, trauma)
4) post splenectomy
5) polyclonal B cell lymphocytosis

Clonal :
1) ALL
2) CLL
3) LGL leukemia
4) thymoma

This increase in leukocyte (primarily neutrophils) is usually accompanied by a "left upper shift" in the ratio of immature to mature neutrophils and macrophages. The proportion of immature leukocytes decreases due to proliferation and inhibition of granulocyte and monocyte precursors in the bone marrow which is stimulated by several products of inflammation including C3a and G-CSF. Although it may indicate illness, leukocytosis is considered a laboratory finding instead of a separate disease . This classification is similar to that of fever , which is also a test result instead of a disease. [ citation needed ] "Right shift" in the ratio of immature to mature neutrophils is considered with reduced count or lack of "young neutrophils" (metamyelocytes, and band neutrophils ) in blood smear , associated with the presence of "giant neutrophils". This fact shows suppression of bone marrow activity, as a hematological sign specific for pernicious anemia and radiation sickness . [6]

In an attack of several days' duration prior to starting therapy, a longer course of treatment may be necessary. In such patients, added interventions to prevent NSAID gastropathy (eg, use of a proton pump inhibitor) may be of benefit, particularly in patients at increased risk due to advanced age or to a prior history of ulcer disease or gastrointestinal bleeding. (See "NSAIDs (including aspirin): Primary prevention of gastroduodenal toxicity" and "NSAIDs (including aspirin): Secondary prevention of gastroduodenal toxicity" .)

Treatment for respiratory distress syndrome often requires some of the general interventions mentioned. In addition, prenatal administration of corticosteroids between 24 and 34 weeks' gestation reduces the risk of respiratory distress syndrome when the risk of preterm delivery is high, with an odds ratio of . 20 Postnatal corticosteroid administration for respiratory distress syndrome may decrease mortality risk, but it may increase the risk of cerebral palsy. 21 Inhaled nitric oxide may alleviate concomitant persistent pulmonary hypertension of the newborn, but its use in preterm infants is experimental. 22

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Treatment for respiratory distress syndrome often requires some of the general interventions mentioned. In addition, prenatal administration of corticosteroids between 24 and 34 weeks' gestation reduces the risk of respiratory distress syndrome when the risk of preterm delivery is high, with an odds ratio of . 20 Postnatal corticosteroid administration for respiratory distress syndrome may decrease mortality risk, but it may increase the risk of cerebral palsy. 21 Inhaled nitric oxide may alleviate concomitant persistent pulmonary hypertension of the newborn, but its use in preterm infants is experimental. 22

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