Hematology Panel

Hematology Panel

Complete Blood Count (CBC) is an essential comprehensive blood panel that allows
your doctor to evaluate each type of cell in your blood. CBC measures the number of
red blood cells (RBC), white blood cells (WBC), and platelets (PLC) in a blood sample.
Each of these types of blood cells performs important functions, so determining their
levels can provide important health information. CBC may be used to help diagnose
a range of health conditions and also monitor how the body is affected by different
diseases or medical treatments.

While a standard CBC includes measures of the WBC count, which is the total
number of WBCs in a sample of blood, a CBC with differential test includes a
breakdown of the amount of each of the five different types of WBC which include
Neutrophils, Lymphocytes, Monocytes, Eosinophils, and Basophils

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CBC: Complete Blood Count:


1.WBC – White blood cells
2.RBC – Red blood cells
3.HGB – Hemoglobin
4.HCT – Hematocrit
5.MCV – Mean Corpuscular Volume
6.MCH – Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin
7.MCHC – Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin Concentration
RDW – Red Cell Distribution Width
Platelets Count
MPV – Mean Platelet Volume

CBC With Auto Differential:

1.CBC Panel (See Above)
2.Percents and Total Neutrophils
3.Percent and Total Lymphocytes
4.Percent and Total Monocytes
5.Percent and Total Eosinophils
6.Percent and Total Basophils

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