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IMMATURE GRANULOCYTES, NRBC AND ANISOCYTOSIS? WHAT IS IT?

I did a blood test because I am pregnant (9 weeks) just a general and this was the results.
Summarized: Abnormalities were suspected such as immature granulocytes, nucleated RBC, and anisocytosis. Also says WIC/WOC DELTA alert. I have been very tired for over 6 months with loose stools and my food does not digest properly 60% of what I eat is seen in my stool.

May 21, 2008

Sex: F
Param: 1   Limits: 2

Blood: O Positive
Sickling - Negative


Patient approx. 8 weeks pregnant at the time




                                  SUPSECT

WBC 8.69 K/uL              (WOC)
NEU 5.05  58.1%            IG/BAND
LYM 2.64  30.4%
MONO .536  6.17%         NRBC
EOS .409     4.70%
BASO  .055   .638%

RBC 4.32 M/uL
HGB 12.4 g/uL
HCT  36.5 %
MCV 84.5 fL
MCH 28.8 pg
MCHC 34.0 g/dL
RDW 14.9 %

PLT 234.  K/uL
MPV 9.07 fL


INTERPERATION
--------------WBC------------------------------------RBC----------------------PLT----------------
SUPSECTED ABNORMAL POPULATIONS:
Immature Granulocytes/Bands                  Nucleated RBC
WIC WOC Delta Alert

USER-DEFINED ABNORMALITIES:
                                                          ANISOCYTOSIS


                                                                 PATIENT LIMITS SET 2

WBC - 2 - 11                                             RBC - 3.8 - 5.2             PLT - 150. - 400.
NEU - 2 - 8                   40 - 75%               HGB - 11.5 - 16           MPV - 7.5 - 11
LYM - 1.5 - 4               20 - 45%               HCT -  35 - 47
MONO - .200 - .800        2 - 10%              MCV - 78 - 92
EOS - 0.00 - .600           1 - 6 %               MCH - 27 - 32
BASO - 0.00 - .200          0 - 2%              MCHC - 32 - 36
                                                                 RDW - 11.6 - 14

_____________________________________________________________________

GLU Test - 4.3 mmol/L          ( RANGE      4.1   -    6.2        )

HBsAg -     0.88 S/N
                                         I=NEGATIVE


VDRL: NON REACTIVE
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