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Erythrocytes In Stool
Inflammation: Whether soft tissue, bones, joints or other organs are inflammed. ...Read more
I had a ERYTHROCYTE SEDIMENTATION RATEor ESR test done and my result was 9. I have psoriasis and am wondering what this result means?
The normal ranges are as follows:
< 50 yrs of age
men 0-15 mm/hour
women 0-20 mm/hour
> 50 yrs of age
men 0-20 mm/hour
women 0-30 mm/hour. ...Read more
What happens if ESR (erythrocyte sedimentation rate)is 80mm/hr in female what kind of disease she is suffering from.?
Different cells: Erythrocyte is red blood cell- its job is to carry oxygen and delivers to the entire body; leukocyte is white blood cell-and its job is related to our immune system/fighting infections etc; thrombocyte or platelet- type of blood cell that is playing a role in thrombosis- to stop bleeding in the event of bleeding. They are part of blood cells- but completely different kind of cells. ...Read more
Blood Smear (Erythrocyte) shows normocytic normochromic. Although it does not have the word Aneamia, is it same with normocytic normochromic Aneamia?
What isthe erythrocyte sedimentation rate (esr) is why is it and what happened with this is can't I pregnat cuz of this? Its on high rate what I do
Classic lab test: The erythrocyte sedimentation rate ("sed rate") is a very old blood test of limited value and often subject to lab error. It's often up in some of the inflammatory diseases; 41 is only a mild elevation. This is not by itself the cause of your infertility, whether or not the cause itself is known. Request a full explanation from your personal physician, and good luck in becoming a mother. ...Read more
My Hemoglobin is 9.0 g %, leucocyte count is 14, 500 / cu mm, Erythrocyte count is 4.26 / cu mm, red cell distribution width is 20.2 %. I m worried..
You are anemic. There are many possible causes of anemia and most of them are benign and treatable. This could be a result of an inherited hemoglobin trait or from heavy bleeding during your menstrual periods. You do need to see a doctor so that they can run some tests and sort through the possibilities to take the proper action. ...Read more
Depends: The sedimentation rate can be elevated for a number of reasons. The most common cause is inflammation. The test is most valuable when it is done in looking for a certain condition. It has far less value as a "screening test." a normal sed rate can be helpful in ruling out different conditions. ...Read more
My blood test showed I had a very low ESR (erythrocyte sedimentation rate). What could this mean?
What could be causing this? Cobalamins high, glucose low, my WBC and average RBC are low, but erythrocyte are high.
What to do about rheumatoid factor: 1"60 titer, elevated erythrocyte sedimentation rate what is the preliminary diagnoses?
Not rheumatoid: This may not be rheumatoid arthritis. Other medical causes can be the reason. We need more information. Your physician can clarify this ...Read more
I can not breathe deeply, hurts in back, I was yet diagnosed 2 years ago with an incomplete spinal cord injury, and was trying 2 walk again, erythrocyte?
See a doctor: Breathing is not optional. There are several causes why you may not be able to take a deep breath, which necessitates medical care, including infection, from prolonged not breathing deeply. Please. ...Read more