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What is TLC and what are its complications ?

went for a blood test..please find below all the findings Haemoglobin 15.8 TLC is 14.6 RBC count is 5.63 packed cell volume 47.0 mcv 83.5 mch 28.2 mchc 33.7 platelet count 168 RDW 12.5 differential leukocyte count Neutrophils is 81.6 Lyphocytes is 13.3 Eosinophils is 0.6 monocytes 4.5 basophils 0.0 ESR 05 Blood picture RBC : normocytic normochromic WBC : Leukocytosis with neutrophilia this is the full report please advice is there any serious problem as they have asked me to go for a TLC test again
Asked On : Sat, 5 Mar 2011
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you dint mention about your symtoms and what is sex. Reading normal ranges differ in each sex. Your Neutrophils count is abit high but not serious.
Nothing to worry immediately if you doctor need to do TLC test repeat once
Answered: Sat, 5 Mar 2011
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