In a blood test, what does EO% mean?

The normal range for EO% is given as 0-6.6
Is it significant if this value is 9.7 one year and then 18.0 the next?
Answers:    This refers to the percentage of eosinophils in your blood. They are a type of white blood cell and often increase with infection or immune stimulation. People with asthma, lupus,
generalized infections and other conditions (some harmless) often show an increase.

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