complete blood count

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counting the number of white and red blood cells and the number of platelets in 1 cubic millimeter of blood

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A complete blood cell count showed a leukocyte count of 6,110/[micro]L (4% bands, 77% segmented neutrophils, 7% lymphocytes, 6% normoblasts, and 3% myelocytes), hemoglobin level of 11.
How to interpret and pursue an abnormal complete blood cell count in adults.
Inclusion criteria were: good health indicated by routine history physical, and gynecologic examinations, and Papanicolaou smear (if not performed in the past year); laboratory evaluation, including normal complete blood cell count, chemistry panel, and urinalysis, and negative pregnancy test; documented 23- to 38-day menstrual cycle; discontinuance of analgesics and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, except allowable rescue medication (ibuprofen) for moderate to severe symptoms; and prospectively documented diagnosis of PMS for 2 cycles using a PMS daily self-rating scale.
Results of a complete blood cell count revealed a marked inflammatory leukogram, and cytologic examination of a crop swab sample identified gram-negative bacilli and occasional yeast organisms.
A The complete blood cell count is one of the basic panels used by physicians both to screen for conditions and to monitor treatments for their patients.
The staff and clinicians in emergency room settings must frequently evaluate blood smears on site as part of a complete blood cell count in order to have timely results.
This will include a complete blood cell count, chemistry panel and urinalysis, plus chest X-rays, microscopic analysis of lymph node tissue samples, and ultrasound examination of an animal's abdomen to see whether its liver or abdominal lymph nodes--common sites for lymphoma involvement--are enlarged.
We received 11281 samples for complete blood cell count in the 5-day period, of which 50 had basophilia, as defined above.
Sherry recommended that physicians obtain a complete blood cell count, an erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR), a C-reactive protein (CRP) level, a urinalysis, a comprehensive metabolic panel, and an antinuclear antibody (ANA) titer.
A careful history is needed to rule out other diagnoses, along with laboratory tests including complete blood cell count, urinalysis, measurement of transaminases, and detection of antinuclear antibodies.
Leukocytosis with eosinophilia was found on a complete blood cell count.
Complete blood cell count, chemistry survey, thyroid-stimulating hormone, and rapid plasma reagent were unremarkable.
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