Mean corpuscular hemoglobin

What is Mean corpuscular hemoglobin?

Mean corpuscular hemoglobin (MCH) is the average amount of hemoglobin per red blood cell in a blood sample. MCH is used to help diagnose the type (cause) and severity of anemia.

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I had taken Hepatitis B vaccine about 6 months back. I week after the vaccine, I experienced high fever and my urine became foamy....

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Needs further reports.

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I need some more findings from your reports like serum creatinine...

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My daughter is 16 years old and suffering from pain. 20 days ago, pain started in her one hand and then the other hand. Then...

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Possible Connective tissue disorder.Need Autoimmune panel.

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I understand your concern.

I have gone...

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Hi please , I have red cell distribution width 14.7 , and mean platelet volume 12.3 , I am really worried about this , please help me, please give...

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The results are only borderline abnormal

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Red cell...

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