[ US /ˌiəˈsɪnəˈfɪɫjə/ ]
  1. a symptom of allergic states; increased eosinophils in the blood
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How To Use eosinophilia In A Sentence

  • The development of tissue eosinophilia in allergic inflammatory responses is known to be orchestrated by a number of mediators.
  • Other serology tests may demonstrate prominent eosinophilia, leukocytosis (increased white cell count) and anaemia suggestive of infection. Chapter 2
  • The most common symptoms encountered in patients with eosinophilia were fatigue, diarrhea, or skin lesions suspicious for parasitic infection.
  • H2 phenotype, leading to Ig subtype switching and IgE synthesis, mast cell degranulation, eosinophilia, mucus metaplasia and airway hyperresponsiveness. PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • Occasional myocytes in both ventricles showed hypereosinophilia and loss of myofibril structure without associated inflammation (changes regarded as agonal rather than representing intrinsic myocyte pathology). PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • Nuclear pyknosis, karyolysis and eosinophilia of the cytoplasm of the necrotic centrilobular hepatocytes, and vascular congestion have also been observed.
  • Complications include rupture of the cyst into the peritoneal cavity, which results in urticaria, anaphylactic shock, eosinophilia, and implantation into the omentum and other viscera.
  • At 24 hours after an allergen challenge, the dual responders had greater blood and airway eosinophilia than had the early responders.
  • Dual responders, in contrast to isolated early responders, develop significant sputum and blood eosinophilia and prolonged airway hyperresponsiveness.
  • It exhibited squamous differentiation, sclerosis, and eosinophilia.
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