Complete blood count segmenters

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Avatar n tn what is wrong if you segmenters is lower the normal and your Lymphocytes is above the normal???
Avatar m tn What your doctors can do to test if the infection is still present is to repeat your CBC (complete blood count). A persistently elevated white cell count with a high proportion of segmenters indicate an ongoing infection. A culture of a sample taken from the wound might also help identify any remaining microorganism.
1196453 tn?1325732385 I just received my Hematology and Urinalysis. All is well, until I noticed that my Segmenters and Lymphocytes is not with the normal values. And I wasn't sure if my RBC and WBC count in Hematology and in Urinalysis is normal. Thanks for the help. Hematology: RBC - 5.0 WBC - 6.4 Hemoglobin - 143 Hematocrit - 0.43 Segmenters - 0.73 (higher than normal) Lymphocytes - 0.23 (lower than normal) Eosinophiles - 0.02 Urinalysis: Specific Gravity - 1.010 pH - pH 6 Sugar - neg. Protein - neg.
Avatar f tn i just received my laboratory result. i noticed that my segmenters is 0.47 but the normal count is 0.50--.70 and my lymphocye is 0.41 and the normal is 0.20-0.40. also my eosinophils which is 0.06 but the normal is 0.01-0.04. what does this result means?
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?
Avatar f tn Blood Results Result: Reference Range: Mean Cell Hemoglobin/MCH : 24.90 26-32 Mean Cell Hemoglobin Concentration/MCHC - 30.30 32-36 Neutrophils : 0.53 0.57-0.67 Metamyelocytes : - 0.00-0.
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 m tn I had CBC test and it turned out that my segmenters is 0.70. The normal is 0.35 - 0.65. Thank you.
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 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!
457438 tn?1302068407 I consulted the Doctor again today because I don’t get complete relief from fever and cough. He advice to do blood and urine test. After test my Platelet count is 2.8 Lakhs and TC is 4400 CELLE/CUMS. He checked the test result and retest after two days. He said that PC and TC level are low. May be Dengue/Viral fever. Can u advice me?
Avatar m tn In November 2013, my heart doctor asked me a complete blood count, along with other test (cholesterol, triglycerides, etc.). Everything was normal with the red cells, but the white cells were low (4090/mm3) and there were more leucocytes (2740/mm3) than neutrophils (920/mm3). She asked me about HIV and I replied her that I have been tested twice.
Avatar n tn They can also result from autoimmune disorders, such as lupus or rheumatoid arthritis, bone marrow disorders such as leukemia, inflammation of the veins, as a side effect of certain medications, viral infections, such as EBV or Dengue and septicemia or infection in blood. A complete blood count, urine examination and a blood culture may be required to reach a diagnosis. Hope this helps. Please let me know if there is any thing else and do keep me posted. Take care!
Avatar f tn The number of white blood cells (WBCs) in the blood. The WBC is usually measured as part of the CBC (complete blood count). White blood cells are the infection-fighting cells in the blood. There are different types of white blood cells, including neutrophils (polymorphonuclear leukocytes; PMNs), band cells (slightly immature neutrophils), T-type lymphocytes (T cells), B-type lymphocytes (B cells), monocytes, eosinophils, and basophils.