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What cases hemoglobin level of 10.9 hematocrit levels of 33.9 and RDW level of 15.6 my MCV level is 85 ?

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Dr. James Gulley
Internal Medicine - Hematology & Oncology
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In brief: Anemia

Microcytic anemia (low mcv) with a high RDW (cells very a lot in size) is most likely associated with anemia from loss of red blood cells.
The increased RDW is likely from reticulocytes or new rbc that the body is producing. A full of valuation for this should be done.

In brief: Anemia

Microcytic anemia (low mcv) with a high RDW (cells very a lot in size) is most likely associated with anemia from loss of red blood cells.
The increased RDW is likely from reticulocytes or new rbc that the body is producing. A full of valuation for this should be done.
Dr. James Gulley
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Dr. Shirlene Moten
Family Medicine
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In brief: Normocytic Anemia!

We also call that type of anemia, "anemia of chronic disease, " because it can come froma variety of causes.
It can come from kidney disease, nutritional deficiencies such as vitamin b2, and b6 deficiencies, following a post pregnancy hemmorage, or naturally as we get older. Hope this helps!

In brief: Normocytic Anemia!

We also call that type of anemia, "anemia of chronic disease, " because it can come froma variety of causes.
It can come from kidney disease, nutritional deficiencies such as vitamin b2, and b6 deficiencies, following a post pregnancy hemmorage, or naturally as we get older. Hope this helps!
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