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White blood cell: One of the cells the body makes to help fight infections. There are several types of white blood cells (leukocytes). The two most common types are the lymphocytes and neutrophils (also called polymorphonuclear leukocytes, PMNs, or "polys").
Lymphocytes are made in lymphoid tissue in the spleen, lymph nodes, and thymus gland. There are different kinds of lymphocytes. Lymphocytes identify foreign substances from germs (bacteria or viruses) in the body and produce antibodies and cells that specifically target them. It takes from several days to weeks for lymphocytes to recognize and attack a new foreign substance.
Neutrophils are also major players in the body's defense against bacterial infections. Neutrophils are made in the bone marrow and circulate in the bloodstream. Neutrophils move out of the blood vessels into the infected tissue to attack the bacteria. The pus in a boil (an abscess) is made up largely of neutrophils. Normally a serious bacterial infection causes the body to produce an increased number of neutrophils, resulting in a higher than normal white blood cell count (WBC). When the WBC is low, there may not be enough neutrophils to defend against bacterial infections.
These cells are part of your immune system. They fight infections. When the number of white cells in your blood is low, you are more likely to get infections as there are fewer white cells to fight off bacteria. If your level of white blood cells is very low you have a high infection risk. This is known as neutropenia (pronounced new-troh-pee-nee-ah).
If you are having a drug that lowers your white blood cell levels, your white cell count will begin to fall after each treatment. If you are having daily treatments your blood count will stay low until the treatment ends.
However, neutropenia, a low number of certain white blood cells, is a common chemotherapy side effect of certain types of chemotherapy that can disrupt your chemo schedule.
A low white blood cell count means your immune system isn't as strong as it could be and that you are at increased risk for infection. The fewer white blood cells you have and the longer you remain without enough, the more at risk you become for developing a potentially life-threatening infection.