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Cbc With Automated Differential Test
Share on twitter bookmark & share printer-friendly version a complete blood count (CBC) test measures the following: •the number of red blood cells (rbc count) •the number of white blood cells (wbc count) •the total amount of hemoglobin in the blood •the fraction of the blood composed of ...Read more
Sometimes: Sometimes but not always. Leukemia, a form of blood and bone marrow cancer, is frequently detectable in the blood; however, especially if early in the course of the disease, leukemic cells may be confined to the bone marrow and not cross into the blood in sufficient numbers to be detected by a cbc. Ultimately, the complete diagnosis and prognosis of leukemia relies on bone marrow examination. ...Read more
High monocyte %, manual count in toddler. All other results on CBC normal, mono CT 16. Cause for concern?
Not necessarily: The monocytes are often up some in a variety of viral illnesses but less commonly than the lymphocytes. Infectious mononucleosis does occur in a muted ( less intense) form in toddlers & the usual mono blood test can be negative until months after the illness has passed. If the kid is cruising around enjoying life i would ignore the test & get back to living. ...Read more
Would your t-cell lymphocytes be low if your lymphocyte WBC were normal on a CBC with differential test?
Sometimes: They are only one kind in a large family. ...Read more
Had blood test cmp and CBC with differential. Their normal so would that rule out celiac desiease?
Not at all: People with CD can have a stable general medical condition with normal CBC & CBC. To test for CD you look for evidence that your body has formed antibodies to your gut. These include Transglutaminase IgA,Gliadin-transglutaminase IgA complex and others.These are often part of a "celiac panel" performed in a larger or specialty lab.If these are high, referral for confirmatory GI testing is common. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not enough info.: A low WBC can be from many causes including viral infection, drug side effect, autoimmune disease, congenital problem, nutritional deficiency, or one of many blood diseases both benign and malignant. Proteinuria also has many causes. Need to know the kind of protein and that there is no infection. Drugs, autoimmune disorders, diabetes, certain blood diseases can be present. Talk with your doc. ...Read more
CBC test results: Elevated MCHC, elevated MCH, bottom of range for Haematocrit, everything else within normal ranges. What do these results mean?
Nothing: Your physician may want to repeat them. I trust you do not have spherocytosis or if you do, that you've been worked up. At most, a reticulocye count may be in order. Sometimes the machines can be a bit mis-calibrated. High MCHC is quite uncommon and if you feel well I wouldn't be troubled. Reference ranges are set so that a few percent of healthies fall outside on either end. ...Read more
Can you have lupus with completely normal bloodwork? ANA, ENA neg, Complement levels normal, CBC normal. ESR of 2 and normal CRP
I have done my blood test and the report is differential w.B.C.Count-neutrophils-81%, lymphocytes-11%, eosinophils-8% and ESR -66mm 1st hr .Is it ok?
No: The neutrophils are slightly high, the lymphocytes slightly low, the eosinophil % is high and the sedimentation rate is also significantly elevated. All abnormal. See your physician and discuss with him the reasons for the abnormalities and how the work-up should proceed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
1477 lymphocytes 6170 neutrophils and 8120 WBC are considered normal?? My lab test shows lymphocytes and neutrophils out of range.advise plz
It is best : To have the doctor who ordered the test to provide interpretation. He or she would know more about your medical history and there may have been other tests done to help provide some context. You can have variations in your lymphocyte and neutrophil count and still have a normal WBC count. ...Read more
Are readings from CBC lab results- lymph auto 4.2-lymph auto % 53-neutro auto 3.1-neutro auto % 38.6-wbc 8.0 and RBC 4.39 in a normal range?Concerned!
Lab tests need to be: Interpreted in the clinical context. Your transmission of the results is not in the usual format but suggests increse in lymphocytes and that can have many different reasons. It would be prudent to discuss it with your doctor and you may wish to check out this site for more info. http://www.webmd.com/a-to-z-guides/complete-blood-count-cbc. ...Read more
CBC Test w DIFF
ABS Neutrophils .58
Normal Urine, all else normal?
More info needed: Lab results w/o further info frequently are tough to comment on; reasons labs were ordered, prior results, history/physical, medical history, etc are important. Range of possibilities is from harmless to severe, & knowing further info lets us to narrow down possibilities.This would be a good question for HealthTap Prime. 1st step, though; when multiple abnormalities w/o explanation, repeat test. ...Read more
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