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Neutro Auto Blood Test
Differential Count: The test results should indicate the reference values for the percentage of lymphocytes for that particular laboratory in their automated differential count. If there is any question, the clinical pathologist can be requested to review the glass slide smear and verify or rectify the count. ...Read more
Yes.: Auto diff is used to flag abnormalities and it can detect, abnormal cells. However, a thorough examination requires microscopic analysis by a technologist or a pathologist. ...Read more
I had a blood test and I've made an appointment with a doctor as it suggests I have a auto'immune condition. What is this and is it serious?
I had a complet blood test and it showd my neutrophil auto was at 34% and lymph auto at 51% eso autoat5% and now have been referred to a hemotoligist?
Need more info: The percentage of WBC types doesn't allow a hematologist much to help you with. The complete blood count including the total white blood count, the hemoglobin and platelet count are as important as the percentages of white blood cell types. Even more important is the history and symptoms of your situation. ...Read more
Can an ANA test or any blood test used to diagnose auto-immune diseases show all the types of lupus?
Not necessarily: Patients with systemic le will almost always have a positive ana. However, patients with lupus confined to the skin, i.e. Discoid le or scle (subacute cutaneous le)may not have a positive ana. A positive ANA by itself does not necessarily indicate sle and is seen in a number of medical conditions. The diagnosis of sle is made on the basis of historical, clinical and laboratory criteria. ...Read more
Does a sinus infection show on a blood test. I had a cbc& auto differential and a basic metablic panel done said I had no infection, but I can feel it?
With any infection signs of inflammation may show with sedimentation rate or WBC elevation.
But with sinus congestion, inflammation, infection these may not show.
Flashlight may detect the congestion, and X-rays can show! Easily.
Nasal, saline and a decongestant may help you resolve.
If fever or worsening see ENT ...Read more
Hs CRP blood test picks up inflammation. Inflammation of what exactly? All possible infections, or just related to cardiovascular / auto immune?
I had high eosinophils in blood test (auto abs. Eos. Was. 7 k/ul, automated eos was 7.7%). Also, I had 4 epithelial cells/hpf. Should I be concerned?
Allergies: ; parasitic infestations can cause elevations of eos- see your pcp. ...Read more
Antibodies: Ab is a common abbreviation for antibody. This is a very broad area, so it is difficult to know the answer without more context-- it could be looking for antibodies to blood groups, to a possible current or prior infection, or possibly to some sort of specific antigen in your own body, an "auto-antibody". ...Read more
Yes: But you must accept the responsibility that if something is not able to be diagnosed or missed by not getting the test the consequences are your responsibility. Also when you are on some medications you need to have blood work to asses treatment and may hinder your treatment. ...Read more
Blood lipids: In the so called "vap" LDL is measured directly and not calculated from total cholesterol, HDL and triglycerides. However, if your triglycerides are below 400, it does not add value. I would suggest that you stick to a usual fasting blood lipid profile and follow your doctor's advice. ...Read more
?: Do you mean pain at the injection site? The drawing of blood shouldn't cause pain but perhaps you developed a hematoma - is it red/purple and puffy? If so, it's a hematoma - it will resolve within a week - if it's getting worse, see a doctor for further evaluation. ...Read more
A little: Blood test involves inserting a needle into a vein to get blood and there is a little pain from the needle stick. It is usually temporary. In about 1% of cases a bruise may form at the site of the puncture. The risk can be minimized by keeping pressure on the puncture site for a few minutes. ...Read more
See your doctor: Problems like these can only be correctly handled by your doctor in person. He/she needs to listen to you, perform an examination and possibly run labs or other tests. That's the only way he/she can find out what's going on and what to do about it. ...Read more
This test has essentially replaced bleeding time as a test of ability to stop bleeding after injury. You may consult this site for info on this topic:
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