- eosinophil adenoma,
- eosinophil chemotactic factor of anaphylaxis,
- eosinophilic cellulitis,
- eosinophilic fasciitis,
- eosinophilic granuloma,
- eosinophilic leukemia
Origin of eosinophilia
Examples from the Web for eosinophilia
An immune lesion in such a case might be conceived as presenting no eosinophilia, since no toxin is liberated.
Post-febrile form of eosinophilia (after the termination of various infectious diseases).
Depending on the chemical nature of the protein injected, a specific chemotactic reaction like eosinophilia may or may not occur.
One expression of these distant actions is, as Leichtenstern insists, the eosinophilia of the blood.
For the special clinical course of the eosinophilia in asthma see below.