Hematology MCU Results
Good Afternoon Doc, from my MCU results there are a number of things that state high and low results in routine hematology like:
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Blood examination is one of the supporting examinations. Based on the results you listed above, it can be concluded that:
RBC (Red Blood Cell) or known as red blood cells / erythrocytes. Your examination results show a slight increase. This can occur due to several conditions such as polycythemia, people who live in the highlands / mountains, and people who smoke.
RDW-SD, is an indicator used to assess the distribution of red blood cells. Your results show a slight decrease, it can happen one of them if the body has iron deficiency.
Lymphocytes, is one component of white blood cells (leukocytes). The results listed show a slight decrease. This can occur due to lack of nutritional intake, autoimmune, HIV infection, bacterial or fungal infections, prolonged stress, and so on.
Eosinophils, like lymphocytes, are a component of white blood cells. Conditions that can cause a decrease in the normal values such as the results listed above are due to excess cortisol hormone in the body or excessive alcohol consumption.
Basophils, is a component of white blood cells. The results listed show an increase but in a slight degree. This can occur due to hypothyroidism, autoimmune disorders, and myeloproliferative disorders.
Single blood test results cannot diagnose a disease. Required information about clinical symptoms and physical examination results in diagnosing a possible disease. Therefore it is recommended that you consult about the results of blood tests with your doctor.
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