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"Normal values were obtained from the assessment of 3100 separate white blood cell counts obtained from 965 infants; 513 counts were from infants considered to be completely normal at the time the count was obtained and for the preceding and subsequent 48 hours. There was no difference in the normal ranges when infants were compared by either birth weight (~2500 g) or gestational age.

From Manroe BL, Browne R, et al. Normal leukocyte (WBC) values in neonates. Pediatr Res 1976;10:428, with permission.

"Normal values were obtained from the assessment of 3100 separate white blood cell counts obtained from 965 infants; 513 counts were from infants considered to be completely normal at the time the count was obtained and for the preceding and subsequent 48 hours. There was no difference in the normal ranges when infants were compared by either birth weight (~2500 g) or gestational age.

From Manroe BL, Browne R, et al. Normal leukocyte (WBC) values in neonates. Pediatr Res 1976;10:428, with permission.

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