HEMOGRAM: IDENTIFY WHAT MAY BE ALTERED - DIAGNOSTIC EXAMS

What is the CBC and how to interpret



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The complete blood count is the blood test that evaluates the cells that make up the blood, such as leukocytes, known as white blood cells, red blood cells, also called red blood cells or erythrocytes, and platelets. The part of the hemogram that corresponds to the red cells is called an erythrogram, which, in addition to indicating the number of blood cells, tells about the quality of red blood cells, indicating if they are of the appropriate size or with recommended amounts of hemoglobin inside them