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The most common abbreviation used in blood test results is FBC, or full blood count, according to NHS Choices. This is also referred to as a complete blood count, or CBC. More »

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The most common blood tests are complete blood counts, blood chemistry tests, blood enzyme tests and heart disease screening blood tests, according to the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute. More »

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Some common types of blood lab tests include complete blood count, blood chemistry tests, blood enzyme tests and blood tests to assess heart disease risks. Blood tests help in disease determination, prevention and treatm... More »

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The abbreviations and acronyms on blood test results vary with different types of tests. Many of the abbreviations stand for metric units of measure, whereas others identify specific blood chemistry components, cell type... More »

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Interpreting the results of a complete blood count test involves comparing the cell counts and other metrics evaluated in the test to typical values to determine if the reported counts fall within healthy ranges, accordi... More »

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The results of the complete blood count, or CBC, provide information regarding the different types of cells in the patient's blood, and whether there is a normal amount of each type. This information, along with symptoms... More »

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The most common blood test, the complete blood count, or CBC, measures red blood cells, white blood cells, hemoglobin, hematocrit, platelets and mean corpuscular volume of the blood, according to the National Heart, Lung... More »

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