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|Classification and external resources|
It can be defined as less than 0.01 x 10−9 / L.
Conditions Associated with Decreased Numbers of Blood Basophils
A. Hereditary absence of basophils (very rare) B. Elevated levels of glucocorticoids C. Hyperthyroidism or treatment with thyroid hormones D. Ovulation E. Hypersensitivity reactions 1. urticaria  2. Anaphylaxis 3. Drug-induced reactions F. Leukocytosis (in association with diverse disorders)
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