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Cerebrospinal fluid cell count: A cerebrospinal fluid cell count is the number of red and white blood cells in a cerebrospinal fluid sample, which is taken by lumbar puncture (spinal tap); red cells are not usually present, and there should be few to zero white blood cells.
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