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High levels (referred to as eosinophilia) indicate:
- parasitic infection
- allergic reaction including food and environmental allergies or intolerances
- autoimmune diseases
Low levels (referred to as eosinopenia) indicate:
- increased adrenosteroid production
- Pagana Kathleen D, Pagana Timothy J (2006) Mosby's Manual of Diagnostic and Laboratory Tests, Mosby.
- Weatherby Dicken, Ferguson Scott (2002) Blood Chemistry and CBC Analysis: Clinical Laboratory Testing from a Functional Perspective, Bear Mountain.