Rbc sentence example
- Production of cells by the spleen will increase to meet the demands of accelerated RBC destruction (hemolysis).
- We have also studied S. pupula demes using molecular sequence data, from 18S rDNA, ITS and rbc L sequences.
- Since white cells may enter the CSF in response to local infection, inflammation, or bleeding, the RBC count is used to correct the WBC count so that it reflects conditions other than hemorrhage or a traumatic tap.
- It is characterized by low hemoglobin and unusually small and fragile RBCs (microcytosis), although the RBC count may be normal.
- A reticulocyte (young RBCs) count will help determine if anemia is caused by impaired RBC production or increased RBC destruction.Advertisement
- Severe anemia may lead to other serious conditions, particularly if oxygen delivery is compromised for long periods of time or RBC destruction is more rapid than can be controlled by normal RBC replacement or specific treatment.
- In iron deficiency anemia, the RBC count can be normal or elevated and hemoglobin will be abnormally low.
- A reticulocyte (young RBCs) count will help determine if anemia is caused by impaired RBC production, as in iron deficiency anemia, or increased RBC destruction as in some other types of anemia.
- Red blood cell (RBC) indices are calculations derived from the complete blood count that aid in the diagnosis and classification of anemia.
- The average amount of hemoglobin inside an RBC expressed in picograms.Advertisement
- The MCH is calculated by dividing the hemoglobin concentration in grams per deciliter by the RBC count in millions per microliter, then multiplying by 10.
- The mechanisms by which anemia occurs will alter the RBC indices in a predictable manner.
- Therefore, the RBC indices permit the physician to narrow down the possible causes of an anemia.
- Macrocytic cells occur when division of RBC precursor cells in the bone marrow is impaired.
- The RBC count is low, but the size and amount of hemoglobin in the cells are normal.Advertisement
- The MCHC is the ratio of hemoglobin mass in the RBC to cell volume.
- The MCHC is elevated in hereditary spherocytosis, a condition with decreased RBC survival caused by a structural protein defect in the RBC membrane.
- It is calculated by dividing the standard deviation of RBC volume by the MCV and multiplying by 100.