Absolute Eosinophil Count (Eosinophillia, AEC, Absolute Eosinophil Count - AEC)

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SRL
Absolute Eosinophil Count
ABS EOSINOPHIL COUNT
Days : Daily, Cut Off : 11AM
Report : Same Day
Quest
Eosinophil Count
Eosinophil Count
Days : Daily, Cut Off : 11AM
Report : Same Day
Metropolis
Absolute Eosinophil Count, Blood
Absolute Eosinophil Count
Days : Daily, Cut Off : 11AM
Report : After 6 hrs
Oncquest
Absolute Eosinophil Count - AEC
Components not available!
Days : Every day if received before 1:00 p.m.
Report : Same Day by 7:00 p.m.
City X-Ray -old
TEC, TOTAL EOSINOPHIL COUNT
Components not available!
Days :
Report : 6 hour(s)
Origin
AEC-Absolute Eosinophil Count
Components not available!
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Oncquest Medlife
Absolute Eosinophil Count - AEC
Components not available!
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Oncquest Lifespan
Absolute Eosinophil Count - AEC
Components not available!
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Vimta
Absolute Eosinophil Count
Components not available!
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1mg_apac
Absolute Eosinophil Count
Components not available!
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1mg_Niramaya
Absolute Eosinophil Count
Components not available!
Days : Daily
Report : Same day (if Collected before 12 Noon)
1mg_medcis
Absolute Eosinophil Count
Components not available!
Days : Daily
Report : 8 hours
1mglal_ncr
Absolute Eosinophil Count
Components not available!
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Basic Detail

Specimen
Test Method Daily
Report Same Day (12:00 Noon) for sample received before 8:30 AM in the Lab. ;; Same Day (6:30 PM) for sample received before 3:30 PM in Lab ;; Same Day (8:00 PM) for sample received after 3:30 PM in Lab
Test method Cell Counter
temperature Room Temperature

Associated Diseases

Asthma Parasite Infestation Allergy Eczema Auto-immune Disease Leukemia

Why Get Tested

It measures the number of eosinophils (a component of white blood cells) in blood. Normal range is < 350 cells per microliter. High eosinophil counts indicates Acute hypereosinophilic syndrome, Allergic reaction, Cushing's disease, Parasitic infection. Low count is usually not medically significant. Primarily to monitor cancer treatment, including response to therapy and recurrence; as an indicator of the amount of cancer or size of tumor present (tumor burden) and to assist in determining prognosis and cancer staging; to determine if cancer has spread (metastasis); occasionally as follow up to a positive screening test for cancer, to help determine whether cancer is present in the body, though it is not useful as a general population screening test

When Get Tested

When you have been diagnosed with colon, pancreas, breast, lung, ovarian, medullary thyroid or other cancer prior to starting cancer treatment and then, if elevated, at intervals during and after therapy; occasionally when cancer is suspected but not confirmed to aid in its detection

Specimen

Test Preparation

None