Complete blood count abbreviations

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Avatar f tn I had a complete blood count with differential yesterday that showed normal values for all ranges. Is this sufficient to show no HIV or is that a separate test?
3211536 tn?1359385569 (MCV), is a measure of the average red blood cell size that is reported as part of a standard complete blood count. The MCV is calculated by dividing the total volume of packed red blood cells (also known as hematocrit) by the total number of red blood cells. The resulting number is then multiplied by 10. The red blood cells get packed together when they are spun around at high speeds in a device called a centrifuge.
Avatar f tn I was wondering if anyone has had several CBC's and had slightly elevated white blood count? The last 3-4 times in which I've had a complete blood count they notice that it's elevated but not to the point where it becomes a concern ( so the doctor says) but I still find it strange.
Avatar f tn You can find most of abbreviations at : Welcom to the forum! Good luck with your ivf! I hope you get lucky the first time.
490128 tn?1218670389 This is the total % of granulocytes seen on a stained peripheral smear or calculated on an automated blood cell count machine in the lab. The granulocytes are a normal cell found in the blood that provide protection against infection. A normal percentage for an adult is 60 to 75.Take care.
Avatar m tn Hi I recieved my 4 weeks blood test today. Before starting treatment my viral count was 1,470,000 and today my viral cout is 1,000. Im am very happy with result but apprehensive not sure if this is a good or bad sign. Can some one please give me some advice. Kind regards.
2105354 tn?1333823463 Are you sure you don't mean UND ? Undetectable.
1415951 tn?1282057334 s health, many of the abbreviations will be related to reproduction issues. There is a very complete list of abbreviations at
512560 tn?1222560127 and the pain comes as I sneeze, cough, pass a constipated stool, walk too far etc, but now, today, I have been asked to call in for blood tests, and I find the abbreviations slightly alarming considering all else what clear, so I wonder if you could help shed some light please? ::Clinical Details:: Stage III CRF ::Chemical Pathology:: LFT [and I think] UTE.
Avatar n tn Are there any other signs or symptoms present? Chest x-ray, complete blood count and complete medical and physical examination is needed to help with the diagnosis. It would be best to see your doctor to rule out any differentials and to reach a complete diagnosis. Take care and regards.
Avatar f tn Rapid viral response - Undetected virus at 4 wks. Tx cEVR: Complete Early Viral Response: PCR Und at Week 12 (P/R Tx) EVR: Early Virological Response: >2 Log Drop at Wk. 12 eRVR - Extended Rapid Viral Response - Und virus @ Wk.4 - Wk.
Avatar n tn Normally simple blood tests results like hemogram, total cell count, complete blood checkup, blood sugar, electrolytes etc are available the same day. Some times the tests are done and the report not uploaded on the computer due to technical delays. So if you do not get them by tomorrow, yes, definitely follow this up. Hope this helps. Take care!
404925 tn?1205525486 could someone post a list of the abbreviations that ya'll use alot, i am kind of lost reading some of these because i dont know what they all mean. thanks!!