For the special clinical course of the eosinophilia in asthma see below.
eosinophilia may be a symptom of infection by any of the worms.
Thus we can explain the frequent occurrence of eosinophilia in all kinds of skin-diseases.
By eosinophilia we understand an increase only of the polynuclear eosinophil cells in the blood.
In any case the substance causing the eosinophilia is more widely distributed than that to which the anæmic condition is due.
From this point of view experiments and clinical observations known up to the present on eosinophilia may be readily explained.
Post-febrile form of eosinophilia (after the termination of various infectious diseases).
One expression of these distant actions is, as Leichtenstern insists, the eosinophilia of the blood.
Scarlet fever is frequently accompanied by eosinophilia, which may help to distinguish it from measles.
An immune lesion in such a case might be conceived as presenting no eosinophilia, since no toxin is liberated.
eosinophilia e·o·sin·o·phil·i·a (ē'ə-sĭn'ə-fĭl'ē-ə)
An increase in the number of eosinophils in the blood. Also called eosinophilic leukocytosis.