A 44-year-old female asked:
What does it me if my eosinophils are low, but my rdw are high? my eosinophils are 1% and my rdw are 14.6%
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Dr. Robert Bates jr.answered
Critical Care 26 years experience
Nothing definite: These results alone are not concerning. Your Eosinophils can be 1% of your total count and be fine. The RDW tells about the red cells size in comparison to each other. The closer they are to the same size,the lower the RDW number. A little variance is fine. But would need the rest of the report to be sure there are no issues of concern.
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