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I recently had blood work done.  Here are the results.  Can you tell me if these indicate if they are normal.

Description                       Range             Score
Mean Corpuscular Volume   80-95          97.5

Mean Corpuscular
Hemoglobin Concentration     32-36        31.8

Distribution of Erythrocyte
Index                                     8.70-13.8    15.9

Lymphocyte                          20-48           54

eosinophils                            1-4              0

Basofils                                 0-1               2

Segmented
Neutrophils                           45-70            40

Total Neutrophils                    50-75           42

Medium Volume
Platets                                  4.5-7.6          8.1

TP
% of Concentration             80.0-105.0      108

INR                                       0.97-1.15      0.96

TTP
Paciente                               24.3-35.0       37.1

IFT4 Indice de
la Fijacion de la
Tiroxina                               6.33-12.40     6.23


Do any of these blood tests warrant any further diagnostic tests?

Do any of the above suggest any issues with bone marrow?

Do any of the above suggest possible cancer, like leukemia?

Do any suggest any coagulation problems?



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351246 tn?1379685732
Hi!
Well, chances of cancer, like leukemia is less. Yes, there is possibility of coagulation disorder. Vit B12 deficiency causes high red blood cell distribution width. You could also e having dehydration. I suggest you repeat the tests after taking adequate water and fluids for a week or two. Also test for folic acid, vit K, and vit B 12 deficiency. Get serum iron levels, Bleeding time and clotting time done. Discuss with your doctor. Take care!
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