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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Tablo 1: Olgunun Biyokimya ve Hemogram Sonuclari BIYOKIMYA SONUCLARI TETKIK ADI SONUC NORMAL DEGERLERI Ure 34 mg/dl 15-43 mg/dl Kreatinin 0.
Limitations of the study: Lack of follow-up data on hemogram findings of patients who were diagnosed with anemia and then given education/counselling by researchers seems to be an important limitation that otherwise would extend the knowledge achieved in the current study.
Hemogram, sedimantasyon, CRP, bobrek ve karaciger enzimleri normal sinirlardaydi.
23), no significant difference was reported between sarcoidosis and control groups in terms of hemogram parameters.
She was euglycemic, and her complete hemogram was normal.
In order to be evaluated for release in the wild, each bird went through a four to six-month rehabilitation process, in which they underwent all laboratory and clinical exams listed in the Ordinance 179 (IBAMA 2008), including a complete hemogram.
Complete hemogram and chest radiograph were normal.
Further routine analyses were carried out: sedimentation, hemogram and peripheral blood smear, urea, creatinine, transaminases and bilirubin, glycaemia, and CRP.
Routine investigations performed included hemogram, postprandial blood glucose, serum urea, creatinine, liver function tests and screening for HIV.
Hemogram, biochemical and serologic tests were ordered to determine the presence of CCHF, Lyme disease, tularemia or Q fever.
A hemogram revealed a marginally raised erythrocyte sedimentation rate (36 mm at the end of 1 hour) and white blood cell count ([greater than or equal to] 10,800 cells/mm).
There were no significant differences between groups for initial and final body weight, average daily feed intake and blood hemogram values during the study.
Hemogram of ear sores affected buffaloes revealed non significant difference in values of Hb, PCV and TEC, However, DLC showed absolute eosinophilia compared to healthy buffaloes.
The neutrophil, lymphocyte, and platelet counts can be simply obtained by a hemogram.