Are you sure that's the exact amount?

Absolute lymphocyte count is computed by multiplying the differential amount of a type of WBC and the total WBC. Example: If Lymphocyte is 35% and the total WBC is 10,000. The absolute lymphocyte count is 3500. Meaning, of the 10,000 WBC, 3,500 are lymphocytes.

If you only have 1 lymphocyte, then you only have few natural killer cells. Cells that fight infection.

Absolute lymphocyte count is computed by multiplying the differential amount of a type of WBC and the total WBC. Example: If Lymphocyte is 35% and the total WBC is 10,000. The absolute lymphocyte count is 3500. Meaning, of the 10,000 WBC, 3,500 are lymphocytes.

If you only have 1 lymphocyte, then you only have few natural killer cells. Cells that fight infection.