complete blood count


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complete blood count

[kəm′plēt ′bləd ‚kau̇nt]
(pathology)
Differential and absolute determinations of the numbers of each type of blood cell in a sample and, by extrapolation, in the general circulation.
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Complete blood counts, obtained weekly, showed that her blood cell counts declined significantly after this second dose of lomustine.
She presented a cross-sectional study in which serum ferritin levels and complete blood counts were obtained for 44 women aged 18-55 years with unexplained fatigue.
He had no respiratory complaints, and results of his chest radiographs were normal, but the complete blood count showed hemoconcentration and mild thrombocytopenia (130,000 platelets/[micro]L).
Laboratory investigations revealed that the complete blood count, the erythrocyte sedimentation rate (4 mm/hr), and the angiotensin-converting enzyme level (54 IU/L) were normal.
Intact PTH, serum protein electrophoresis, complete blood count and urinalysis were all normal.
The patient had a complete blood count, blood chemistry, and urinalysis done in November 1999, for which all results were normal.
Half of all patients with postoperative fever who undergo a complete blood count with a WBC differential will demonstrate eosinophilia, lending support to drug fever as a possible cause.
Three customized blood test options are available: Complete Blood Count, a Cardiac Lipid / Cholesterol Panel, and a comprehensive Cardiac Risk Panel.
LAHORE, October 11, 2011 (Balochistan Times): The Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry on Monday handed over eight Complete Blood Count (CBC) machines to the government of Punjab for installation at various city hospitals and laboratories.
A For each complete blood count (CBC) report, there are two main components, including an accurate cell count and an accurate morphologic description.
IBS experts were in strong agreement that two tests would be warranted to rule out organic disease: a complete blood count and a test for antibodies to celiac sprue.
A blood sample was collected from the patient on December 7; anticoagulation was accomplished with ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA) for repeated biochemistry analysis and complete blood count.
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