Lymphocytes - Normal Range

Lymphocytes are small white blood cells that make up the majority of your immune system and are found throughout your body, including in your lymph nodes, bone marrow, intestines, and blood. There are 2 major types of lymphocytes: T cells and B cells. When a healthy person gets an infection, his or her B cells mature into the plasma cells in the bone marrow that make antibodies (or immunoglobulins) to help the body fight the infection. But when you have MM, your B cells become damaged and mature into malignant (or cancerous) MM cells instead. This is why your lymphocyte levels may be low if you have MM.

Normal range of Lymphocytes is 20%-40% .

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