What does thia test result mean 
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 What does thia test result mean

I had a CBC the other day and just got a copy of it. Everything was in
the normal range except MO% and EO%.

The MO% was 5.1  (Normal being 5.5 -11.7)

The EO% was .6   (Normal being .9 - 2.9)

My MO # was .3   (Normal being .3-8.0)

My EO# was 0     (Normal being 0- .2)

What do these mean and are they harmless? The doctor never mentioned
these.



Wed, 26 Apr 2006 04:57:27 GMT
 What does thia test result mean
The normal range for % Mono & Eosin on the lower side has no significance.
The # = % multiplied by the WBC divided by 1000.  Also called the absolute
count.  Most differentials (seg, Lym, Mono, Eos etc have little
significance.

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Quote:
> I had a CBC the other day and just got a copy of it. Everything was in
> the normal range except MO% and EO%.

> The MO% was 5.1  (Normal being 5.5 -11.7)

> The EO% was .6   (Normal being .9 - 2.9)

> My MO # was .3   (Normal being .3-8.0)

> My EO# was 0     (Normal being 0- .2)

> What do these mean and are they harmless? The doctor never mentioned
> these.



Wed, 26 Apr 2006 08:48:20 GMT
 What does thia test result mean
MO is probably Monocytes, this is a type of White {*filter*} Cell, this cell is
seen in a variety of disease, a result below normal range is ok
EO is probably for Eosinophil, this is also a type of White {*filter*} Cell most
often associated with allergy or parasitic infection so a low number is
good.

Hope this helps

G Dietz  MT(AMT) CLSup(NCA)



Sun, 30 Apr 2006 08:22:04 GMT
 What does thia test result mean


Quote:
> I had a CBC the other day and just got a copy of it. Everything was in
> the normal range except MO% and EO%.

> The MO% was 5.1  (Normal being 5.5 -11.7)

> The EO% was .6   (Normal being .9 - 2.9)

> My MO # was .3   (Normal being .3-8.0)

> My EO# was 0     (Normal being 0- .2)

> What do these mean and are they harmless? The doctor never mentioned
> these.

As mentioned earlier the percent distribution of white cells is not very
meaningful.  The last numbers with the # are absolute numbers and they are
within normal limits.  They are normal and more important than %
distribution.


Sun, 30 Apr 2006 16:09:13 GMT
 
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