Enlarged blood cells, which clinicians refer to as macrocytosis, may indicate the presence of an underlying disease or health condition, such as vitamin deficiency, hypothyroidism, increased red blood cell production, li... More »

According to the Mayo Clinic, enlarged red blood cells, or macrocytosis, is a non-specific medical condition that has a number of different causes. Among the most common are vitamin B12 deficiency, folate deficiency, alc... More »

Macrocytosis is a medical term used to describe enlarged red blood cells, according to Mayo Clinic. This medical condition usually does not cause any symptoms, but it may be a symptom of an underlying disease or infectio... More »

A high corpuscular hemoglobin count indicates the body's red blood cells are larger than usual, typically as a result of anemia caused by myelodysplasia, liver disease, vitamin B12 deficiency, hypothyroidism or folate de... More »

Causes of enlarged red blood cells, or macrocytosis, include folate deficiency, vitamin B-12 deficiency, liver disease, alcoholism and medication side effects, according to Mayo Clinic. Hematologists usually detect macro... More »

A complete blood count is a test that provides important information about the types and numbers of cells in the blood, including red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets, according to WebMD. A complete blood cou... More »

High blood cell counts can be a result of a condition that increases the bone marrow's production of white or red blood cells, according to Mayo Clinic. White blood cell production increases when the body needs to fight ... More »