A 60-year-old male asked:
Male 60, wbc 3.6, rbc 4.0, hemog 7.4, hematocrit 26.9, mcv 67, mch 18.5, mchc 27.5, rdw 16.6, platelets 389. no blood in stool. cause?
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Pathology 46 years experience
Iron deficient: Trusting this is new and that your labs confirm iron deficiency. You have a GI cancer, stomach/duodenal ulcer, peptic esophagitis or something down these lines causing intermittent loss of blood until proved otherwise. Trust you are not on a bizarre / limited diet. Best wishes.
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