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mean corpuscular haemoglobin
That is not possible. There is something wrong with your results. Tell your MLT/MT to rerun your CBC/MCH test. Spherocytes can cause MCH/MCHC to go high, but it is impossible. Spherocyte is a small red blood cell that have no central pallor
An MCH test is called a Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin test. This test is to determine the average weight of hemoglobin that is present inside a red blood cell.
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normal range of mch is 27-32pg. mch means corpuscular hemoglobin. i think it can be high in polycythemia.
When a MCH and an RBC and WBC is low, what can cause this"
i have a reading of 34.7 result of MCH what does that mean
MCH stands for Master of Chirurgiae in the medical field. It is an advanced surgical degree.
No, but lack of iron could cause a low MCH
MCH in blood work refers to Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin. This is the concentration of hemoglobin in blood cells. High MCH can mean macrocytic anemia, which results from a deficiency in vitamin B12 or folic acid.