Complete blood count liver

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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?
1679911 tn?1314594006 went to docter today 2 visit she told me my blood count is six million to one in the amount of a fifth of a teaspoon full is that real bad or not to bad i got to go for a sonigram and head xray she hasnt told me to much and i dont know what shes talking about can anyone help me here
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 He needs complete evaluation and investigations like complete blood count, blood chemistries, blood clotting tests, and liver function tests. Other tests like esophagogastroduodenoscopy may help. Treatment involves treating the cause and symptomatic treatment. I hope it helps. Best of luck and regards!
2038871 tn?1329798210 Aspartate Aminotransferase - liver function blood test CBC: Complete Blood Count DAA: Direct Acting Anti-viral ELISA: Enzyme-Linked ImmunoSorbent Assay EPO: Erythropoietin Epoetin alfa (Epogen/Procrit), Darbepoetin alfa (Aranesp) ESA:: Erythropoiesis Stimulating Agent ESLD: End-Stage Liver Disease GGT:: Gamma Glutamyl Transpeptidase HCC: HepatoCellular Carcinoma (Liver Cancer) HDL: High Density Lipoproteins (Good Cholesterol) HGB: Hemoglobin IFN: Interferon (Alpha 2a/2b) IU: Interna
Avatar f tn Hello, Executive blood panel includes complete blood count, thyroid panel test, heart profile, liver function tests, kidney function tests minerals and bone panel, fluids and electrolytes and diabetes check. It rules out most of the diseases but sometimes for specific diseases like autoimmune, viral, liver diseases and heart diseases sometimes for pinpointing the diagnosis, you need to get certain other investigations done. I sincerely hope that helps.
1084115 tn?1385228589 With complete cirrhosis an endoscopy will also show varices due to the increased portal blood pressure which forces the blood flow around the scarred liver. This is why it is common for cirrhotics to have platelet counts below 100,000. I had a platelet count below 70,000 from 2007 until my transplant 6 weeks ago. According to your blood levels you have a fully functioning liver and can still treat your hepatitis C (if you haven't already) and stop further damage to your liver.
Avatar m tn I am not a doctor. Your Fibroscan score of 22.5 kpa is very high, indicating cirrhosis, however your Ultrasound showed "normal liver echotexture". You should consult a liver specialist and complete a liver function test to give further information about the state of your liver.
7510956 tn?1411671417 They tested my liver functions and and did a CBC (complete blood count). That is pretty much standard when being treated. They are just taking care of you. The only thing that I noticed on my tests was my liver functions went into nornal range in the first week of treatment for the first time in 25 years since I knew I had hep c. The nurse may have been thinking of the other treatment with ribavirin. That can and often does affect red blod counts.
Avatar f tn has anyone had high level in liver count . the doc said if it comes back high it coyld be risky to go full term am only 14 weeks but they would try monertor me to a safe stage .
1689583 tn?1387752394 If your doctor did the standard panel of blood work that includes complete blood count (CBCs), those results should include your platelet count. If you get copies of everything and need help understanding them, lots of knowledgeable member can try to assist you in unraveling all the information.
Avatar m tn Prior to using the substance my viral count was 385,000. The last count was 1,800. I asked my doctor to check my count again to see if the virus was zero. The doctor ran a Hepatic Panel, it did not show any thing about a viral count. Was this the right test for what I was looking for because this facility has tested me before with wrong tests. This test showed my ALT was high what does this mean and what does it point to.
Avatar m tn Hi Mike, For someone with minimal liver damage and good CBC results - Complete Blood Count - doctors will usually say every 5 years. For myself, waiting 5 years would not be something I'd personally be comfortable with, I'd be asking every 3 years but that's just me.
Avatar f tn I’ll suggest getting a complete blood count as a low platelet count can cause both skin rashes and traces of blood in urine. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.
Avatar n tn you should check hemoglobin and platelets, do urine test with urine culture. complete blood count and ESR. liver enzymes and liver function tests. Creatinine levels. integrate water and salt to compensate diarrhea, also yogurt with probiotics.
Avatar m tn Give your vet a call for advice. I applaud you for rescuing your little guy, but if you can't afford medical care for him, you'll need to try to find him another home. I hate saying that, but providing care is a necessary responsibility of pet ownership. Here is some info I found on another site: What to Watch For Gastrointestinal symptoms include nausea, loss of appetite, vomiting, diarrhea, melena (black, tarry stools), abdominal pain and ulceration of the stomach.
Avatar m tn Blood test. A complete blood count determines the number of blood cells, including platelets, in a sample of your blood. Normal blood contains 150,000 to 450,000 platelets per microliter. If the complete blood count finds you have fewer than 150,000 platelets, you have thrombocytopenia. Physical exam. Your doctor may do a physical exam to look for signs of bleeding, such as excessive bruising or petechiae (purple dots). Your doctor may also feel your abdomen to see if your spleen is enlarged.
Avatar f tn I have had the problem of low blood platelets for years - they go ip and down! Had loads of tests but nothing - but im tired and have lots of head rushes during the day..any ideas what this could be? Recent fbc :- WBC 6.35 RBC. 3.94 Platelets 59 Anyone can help??