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Does anyone know what GRA% means on a blood test result? I have figured out all the other abbreviations, but cannot get this one.

It's from a CBC w/DIFF test if that helps.
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This is the total % of granulocytes seen on a stained peripheral smear or calculated on an automated blood cell count machine in the lab. The granulocytes are a normal cell found in the blood that provide protection against infection. A normal percentage for an adult is 60 to 75.Take care.
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Thanks so much for your reply. As a reward, I will now bombard you with more questions ;)

I assume LYMPH% is a measure of Lymphocytes?

What is MID% ?

Thanks again for your help.
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I have never seen MID% as an abreviation on a CBC. Perhaps you should call your Doctor who ordered the test for a clarification.Take care.
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