Blood test,

ComponentStandard RangeYour ValueFlag

WBC4.00 - 10.80 K/uL18.20H

RBC3.85 - 5.15 M/uL 4.32

HGB12.0 - 15.3 g/dL12.8

HCT36.0 - 45.2 % 39.4

MCV81.5 - 97.5 fL 91.2

MCH27.0 - 34.0 pg 29.6

MCHC32.0 - 36.0 g/dL32.5

RDW11.5 - 15.5 % 13.9

PLATELET COUNT140 - 400 K/uL209

MPV6.6 - 11.1 fL 9.8

SEGS40 - 75 % 17L

LYMPHS18 - 42 % 80H

MONOS1 - 11 % 2

BASOS0 - 2 % 1

ABS. SEGS1.8 - 7.7 K/uL 3.09

ABS. LYMPHS1.0 - 4.8 K/uL 14.56H

ABS. MONOS0.0 - 1.1 K/uL 0.36

ABS. BASOS0.0 - 0.2 K/uL 0.18

ATYPICAL LYMPHS PRESENT

SMUDGE CELLS PRESENT

REACTIVE LYMPHS FEW

I haven't see Basos, or atypical lymphs or reactive lymphs before..can anyone give me a clue it they mean anything or not...lol

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  • Looks pretty good to me!

    'Basos' is short for Basophils, another white blood cell that make up a small proportion of your white blood cell total and so may not always be reported if there aren't enough to be counted. They are responsible for the tissue portion of allergic reactions according to Dr Susan Leclair.

    Atypical lymphocytes are large lymphocytes that can be seen in some illnesses. Reactive lymphs are lymphocytes that have become large as a result of antigen stimulation. Considering only a few have been found and presuming you are feeling well, I wouldn't be concerned.

    Neil

  • I am feeling well. I work 80 hours a week in home health. I also help out with my grandsons. The doctors just gave me a 100% as far as general help The only thing is my cholesterol is 318.

  • That was supposed to say 100% for my general health. Also thank you for the explanation

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