A 51-year-old male asked about a 30-year-old female:
I have thalassemia trait and blood test result says i have variant hb .wbc 3.9 range 4-11. mcv 73.2 r80-100. mch 23.3pg r27-32. rdw 20.4 r 11-14.5 .neutrophils 1.3 r 2.0- 7.5 protein 80 g/l r 61-79 creatinine 50 r53-97. gfr >90 is it normal result?
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Pathology 50 years experience
Need more info: All laboratory results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the tests is usually in the best position to do that. Having said that, you seem to have microcytic anemia, which may be due beta thalassemia trait and/or iron deficiency. Your neutrophil count is borderline low. It may be useful to consult a hematologist.
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