Eosinophilia is a condition in which eosinophils are produced in high levels. Eosinophils are white blood cells that destroy foreign substances and promote inflammation. Eosinophilia has a number of different causes, including toxins, allergies, parasitic or fungal infections, autoimmune diseases, and several types of cancer. The two major types of Eosinophilia are Tissue Eosinophilia, in which the white blood cells are overexpressed in tissue, and Blood Eosinophilia, in which the blood has high levels of Eosinophils. The disease is often discovered when a doctor orders a blood test for a different set of symptoms. The discovery of Eosinophilia in an individual can help lead to an accurate diagnosis. Because Eosinophilia is the result of a different disease, there is no official treatment other than to treat the initial disease.
Eosinophilia Bioinformatics Tool
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