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Microcytic Hypochromic Red Cells
In a report its written.. Alert! rbc: moderate anisopoikilocytosis. Predominantly microcytic hypochromic cells with ovalocytes and elliptocytes?
Ignore it: One technician may note it and the next one not. Unless it is spectacular, it's best ignored. It is never the key to a diagnosis. ...Read more
Red cells large 5 yrs after correction of B12 def. With high erythroproiten level. Further testing?
See your MD: Anemia can be a very complicated diagnosis. Without a more detailed history and physical, it would be difficult to give you a precise answer. A high erythropoietin levelsuggest that your body is trying to make more red cells. Many disease processes can give you large rbcs, including B12 deficiency. Consider following up with your hematologist or pcp for more details. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Dysmorphic Red Cells: If you are ferring to the cells found in urine, they may indicate some kind of bleeding process or hematuria. Very tiny amounts of blood in urine, or microscopic hematuria, may be a physiologic findings in many younger adults and needs work up if urine keeps showing these in repeat testing along with other abnormal lab values, family history of kidney disease or symptoms in the patient. ...Read more
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Hematuria: 8-10 red blood cells mean microscopic hematuria.It is only seen under microscope. The normal rbcs should be less than 5. The blood can be due to kidney, ureter, bladder , prostate infection, stone or tumor.Or simply drug or diet effect. It needs thorough evaluation by urologist. Pls read red urine http://doctorrajput.Com thanks. ...Read more
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