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Find a list of abbreviations used by doctors and lab technicians for blood tests at the website of Newport Natural Health from Dr. Leigh Erin Connealy. The list also provides details about each type of blood test, includ... More »

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MedlinePlus offers a free online key to common medical abbreviations, including over 30 types of blood tests. This list accompanies an interactive tutorial about how to understand medical terms and abbreviations from the... More »

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Some common abbreviations used in laboratory testing include CRP, FSH, HDL and LDL. An individual seeking common abbreviations used in laboratory tests may find relevant information on medical websites such as MedlinePlu... More »

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A high MCHC level is anything above 36 percent as the normal range is considered to be from 28 percent to 36 percent, according to Newport Natural Health and Dr. Leigh Connealy, M.D. A MCHC level or "mean corpuscular hem... More »

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To read lab results for blood tests, note the blood trait that is being tested, such as red blood cells, white blood cell or platelets, and then check if the quantitative result for that trait is within the noted normal ... More »

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A complete blood count test is a blood test that doctors perform to assess the overall health of a patient and diagnose various disorders, states Mayo Clinic. Such disorders include anemia, leukemia and infections. More »

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The accuracy and precision of a given test are usually defined in the medical literature, and such information can be used to assess whether the results of a given test or series of tests are outside of the expected valu... More »

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