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Table 1 Conditions associated with Hypereosinophilia (HE)

From: ICON: Eosinophil Disorders

Reactive conditions
   Helminth infections
   Allergic reactions
   Atopic diseases
   Drug reactions (allergic or toxic)
   Scabies, other infestations
   Allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis
   Autoimmune diseases
   Other chronic inflammatory diseases
   Chronic graft-vs-host disease
   Lymphocytic/lymphoid variant HES
Neoplastic conditions involving the hematopoietic system (see Table 2)
   Myeloid neoplasms
   Mast cell neoplasms
   Lymphoid neoplasms
   Paraneoplastic conditions
   Solid tumors/malignancy
   Lymphoproliferative neoplasms
Idiopathic forms
   Idiopathic eosinophilia
   HE of uncertain (undetermined) significance
   Idiopathic HES
Rare syndromes associated with HE
   Gleich syndrome
   Omenn syndrome
   Hyper IgE syndrome
Hereditary HE (not otherwise specified)
  1. CSS, Churg-Strauss Syndrome; EMS, Eosinophilia Myalgia Syndrome.