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... Hi, I am Patti, 55 yr old white female. I would like to understand my recent blood tests. It says "moderate anisocytosis and slight poikilocytosis". MCV 74.7, MCHC 31.7, MCH 23.7, total Neutrophils 59. ... (0 replies)
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... My RDW is just above the lab range 15.4 with 15 being the high end for normal for this lab. Also it said anisocytosis present. What could this mean everything else is in normal range and nothing else unusual. ... (1 replies)

... Anisocytosis means that your RBCs are unequal size--indicating that some of your red blood cells are either too big or too small (usually caused by some type of anemia). For instance, iron deficient anemia will usually cause cells to be smaller than normal. Because some of the RBCs are normal size and some are smaller than normal, there will be anisocytosis, or "RBCs of... (3 replies)
... anisocytosis just means that an abnormal amount of your platelets are either to big or to small, or just plain irregular. causes can include but are not limited to, anemia, or to many platelets were transfused to you in a blood transfusion or that your bonemarrow might be going into failure, only your doctor can tell for sure, usually its associated with anemia (3 replies)
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... what does it mean with lab test results of anisocytosis and poikilocytosis, 66.5 lymphocytes and 25.8 neutrophil, 68 MCV and 22.2 MCH (3 replies)
... I have had health issues for quite a while now, too numerous to list. I was recently sent to a hematologist for a consistently high wbc count, only a point to a few points higher than it should be. He ordered tests, and then called me to have more yesterday. It looks like, aside from wbc count, everything in the first half is normal. There seem to be a lot of strangely shaped... (0 replies)
... Do you mean Anisocytosis? If so it is an abnormal variation in the size of red blood cells. Cause could be anemia. Do a search on it. JJ (1 replies)
... occasional poikilocytosis, occasional anisocytosis and rare microcytosis. ... (0 replies)
... Hi Oh well it doesnt surprise me they just found it you can get symptoms long before your levels fall out of the reference range and that is all the docs will look at if your in that range you dont have a B12 problem bollocks!!!! I had symptoms 6 years ago with levels 372 it had to fall to 130 and I was very ill before they looked at it.....My son has just been diagnosed... (7 replies)
... This is a run down of everything that is included on a CBC. Hopefully this will help you. White blood cell (WBC) count is a count of the actual number of white blood cells per volume of blood. Both increases and decreases can be significant. White blood cell differential looks at the types of white blood cells present. There are five different types of white blood... (1 replies)
I'm lost.
Oct 24, 2008
... I saw my gp on monday. This was after seeing the oncologist that my insurance company had assigned me instead of the hematologist that was requested. The oncologist visit was brief. Pretty much consisted of "sorry but it's not my specialty". The gp was sorry that that had happened but said that it might be worth while waiting for the report to see what he says. I go back... (3 replies)
... Must be the excess sugar that makes me so sweet. :D But really, it was no problem. I like to research. The bigger the challenge, the more I sink my teeth into it. And to top it off, this week's school topic was the blood and immune system. I got a hundred on my exam today. :) I really hope you see it rise a little more and it stays that way. I think taking good care... (67 replies)
... I have been having trouble with all of my blood counts and this are the results. I am going to West Texas Cancer center and I have been going since 2002. My WBC is 2.9, my red blood count is finally normal, My Hemoglobin is 11.9 whch is Low. My RDW is 18.2 which is also high. My Platelet count is 93 and the normal is 145-154. Neutrophil # is 1.5 which is low. Lymphocyte... (9 replies)
... I would suggest you ask for a vascular specialist. Unless you know why you have trouble walking, it could be a blood clotting problem that is becoming infected.Just a suggestion based on the blood platlet report. (2 replies)
... Please no copy & paste from another website i could do that myself but does anyone actually know how to read labs. I will post my results... ~H~=High everything else is normal on labs Electrolytes Sodium- 140 Potassium- 3.9 Chloride- 25 CO2- 25 (2 replies)
... I have been slightly anemic for 8 months now. I thought at first I would post this on the anemia board, however, most folks there seem to have B12 or iron deficiency anemia, and both of those have been ruled out for me. The anemia is mild (10.5), and macrocytosis is 111. Had a periphial blood smear (looked normal except for the anemia (no unusual shapes for the rbc). ... (0 replies)
... I have been slightly anemic for 8 months now. I thought at first I would post this on the anemia board, however, most folks there seem to have B12 or iron deficiency anemia, and both of those have been ruled out for me. The anemia is mild (10.5), and macrocytosis is 111. Had a periphial blood smear (looked normal except for the anemia (no unusual shapes for the rbc). ... (2 replies)
Aninocytosis
Jul 31, 2003
... Anisocytosis describes an abnormal variation in the size of red blood cells. Causes include: iron deficiency anaemia, especially if mixed with folate deficiency thalassaemia megaloblastic anaemia sideroblastic anaemia blood transfusion - the host and infused blood cells having different sizes (1 replies)




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