Hgb blood test

Erythrocyte indices (MCV, MCH, MCHC):

  • MCV – the average volume of an erythrocyte in cubic micrometers (microns) or femtoliters (fl).
  • MCH – The average hemoglobin content in a single erythrocyte.
  • Mchc – The average concentration of hemoglobin in the erythrocyte.

Platelet indices (MPV, PDW, PCT):

Hgb blood test

  • MPV (mean platelet volume) – the average volume of platelets.
  • PDW – the relative width of the distribution of platelets by volume.
  • PCT (platelet crit) – thrombokrit.
  • LYM% (LY%) (lymphocyte) – relative (%) lymphocyte count.
  • LYM # (LY #) (lymphocyte) – the absolute content of lymphocytes.
  • MXD% – relative (%) content of a mixture of monocytes, basophils and eosinophils.
  • MXD # – the absolute content of a mixture of monocytes, basophils and eosinophils.
  • NEUT% (NE%) (neutrophils) – relative (%) neutrophil content.
  • NEUT # (NE #) (neutrophils) – absolute neutrophil content.
  • MON% (MO%) (monocyte) – relative (%) monocyte content.
  • MON # (MO #) (monocyte) – the absolute content of monocytes.
  • EO% – relative (%) eosinophil content.
  • EO # – absolute eosinophil content.
  • BA% – relative (%) basophil content.
  • BA # – absolute content of basophils.
  • IMM% – relative (%) content of immature granulocytes.
  • IMM # – The absolute content of immature granulocytes.
  • ATL% – relative (%) content of atypical lymphocytes.
  • ATL # – absolute content of atypical lymphocytes.
  • GR% – relative (%) granulocyte content.
  • GR # – absolute granulocyte content.
  • RBC / HCT – The average volume of red blood cells.
  • HGB / RBC – The average hemoglobin content in the erythrocyte.
  • HGB / HCT – The average concentration of hemoglobin in the erythrocyte.
  • Rdw – Red cell Distribution Width – the coefficient of variation of the average volume of red blood cells.
  • RDW-SD – relative width of the distribution of erythrocytes by volume, standard deviation.
  • RDW-CV – the relative width of the distribution of red blood cells by volume, coefficient of variation.
  • P-LCR – coefficient of large platelets.
  • ESR – erythrocyte sedimentation rate.

published 06/22/2011 20:40Updated 06/12/2015- Clinical blood test

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