Medical Definition of Physiologic leukocytosis

1. Any form of leukocytosis that is associated with apparently normal situations and that is not directly related to a pathologic condition; e.g., the temporary increase in the total number of white blood cells that may occur during a single day, or from day to day, as well as in the newborn period, during childhood, after strenuous exercise, during attacks of paroxysmal tachycardia, and in association with various other situations. (05 Mar 2000)



Lexicographical Neighbors of Physiologic Leukocytosis

physiologic amenorrhoea
physiologic anaemia
physiologic anisocoria
physiologic antidote
physiologic congestion
physiologic cup
physiologic dead space
physiologic dwarfism
physiologic elasticity of muscle
physiologic equilibrium
physiologic excavation
physiologic hypertrophy
physiologic incompatibility
physiologic leukocytosis (current term)
physiologic occlusion
physiologic pH
physiologic rest position
physiologic retraction ring
physiologic scotoma
physiologic tremor
physiologic unit
physiologic vertigo
physiological
physiological adaptation
physiological anatomy
physiological chemistry
physiological condition

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