Reticulocyte

What is Reticulocyte?

Reticulocytes are the immature red blood cells that not fully developed. Reticulocytes are about 1% of the total red cells in the human body. Reticulocytes are formed in the bone marrow and for about one day they circulate in the blood stream before developing into mature red blood cells.

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Fever in new born (2 weeks old)

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Our new born baby is having fever around 100 - please advice.

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Fever can be environmental if baby is otherwise active

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If I came back ANA by Hep2 Cells Quant. positive with a nucleolar pattern but negative on "ANA comprehensive Plus Profile (Labcorp)" which is the...

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ANA interpretation

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In the last month I went through two Iron IV infusions and Vitamin B 12 shots after being diagnosed with Iron Deficient Anemia and Pernicious Anemia...

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Don't worry about wbc and reticulocytes count.

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