hemogram


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hemogram

[′hē·mə‚gram]
(pathology)
Erythrocyte and leukocyte count per cubic millimeter of blood plus the differential leukocyte count and hemoglobin level in grams per 100 milliliters of blood.
The differential leukocyte count.
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Hemogram analyses were done only on samples collected on day 0 and 45.
1) His presenting hemogram in the ED was normal except for an elevated WBC count of 20,000.
8 April 2016 - US-based Adavium Medical has acquired Brazilian clinical diagnostic companies Alka Tecnologia and Hemogram Industria e Comercio, the company said.
Target: Alka Tecnologia and Hemogram Industria e Comercio
CBC shows normal hemogram with reduced TLC, routine electrolytes, RFT, LFT were normal.
13] among pregnant women and concluded that there was no significant difference of hemogram changes.
The hemogram and biochemical tests were as follows: hemoglobin: 12.
Care was taken to combat the side effects of immunosuppression, including weekly complete hemogram monitoring and liver function tests.
Little has been reported concerning the influence of aging on the hemogram of psittacine birds.
In the case of laboratory diagnosis, when confirmatory tests are not available, the hemogram is absolutely important especially in cases of hemorrhagic dengue where platelet (< 100,000 [mm.
An excisional biopsy was done after investigations including routine hemogram and urine examination.