According to Medscape, some of the most common reasons why MCV would be high in a blood test include liver disease, anemia, excessive alcohol intake, hypothyroidism and myelodysplastic syndrome. Each of these conditions ... More »

A high mean corpuscular volume, or MCV, indicates that a person's red blood cells have a larger average size than normal. An MCV level that is above average is called macrocytosis. More »

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 »

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 »

What is considered a normal range for an MCV test can vary between different clinics or hospitals and different regions of the United States. An MCV test score of 80 to 100 femtoliter is reported by the Aplastic Anemia a... More »

The reference range for mean corpuscular volume, or MCV, in a blood test is 80 to 100 femtoliter per red cell, according to MedlinePlus. This reference range may differ slightly depending upon the particular laboratory a... More »

High triglyceride levels are caused by lifestyle and health conditions, including obesity, poorly controlled diabetes, hypothyroidism, kidney disease, eating more calories than are burned and excessive alcohol consumptio... More »