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A high MCV means the red blood cells are larger than they should be, while a high RDW means there is a mix of large and small red blood cells, states the American Association for Clinical Chemistry. MCV and RDW are not s... More »

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A mean corpuscular volume, or MCV, level of 102 is not considered extremely high. Normal values range from about 80 to 100 femtoliters, and value ranges can vary slightly, depending on the laboratory, states MedlinePlus.... More »

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High MCV and MCH levels both indicate larger than normal red blood cells. Large red blood cells can be caused by inadequate folate intake or vitamin B12 deficiency. More »

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