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01) and mean reticulocyte count in SS with PH group and SS without PH group was highly significant (t= 6.
The mean reticulocyte count was significantly lower in iron-deficient group than that in iron-sufficient patients (P < 0.
The reference range of the reticulocyte count for the general population is 0.
Despite the changes in the number of the morphotic elements of blood occurring during physical exercise in water at 4[degrees]C and 25[degrees]C, no increases or decreases were observed in the reticulocyte counts, or in the number RBC with changed shapes (poikilocytosis).
A significant increase was observed in reticulocyte counts in the diazinon treated group, diazinon plus safranal 0.
A reduced reticulocyte count in patients with lupus presenting with anaemia should alert the treating physician to consider the diagnosis of PRCA.
However, splenectomy carries significant risks and, for HS, is not recommended in patients with haemoglobin exceeding 10 g/dL and a reticulocyte count of less than 10%.
The following tests were ordered: CBC, platelet count, reticulocyte count, total serum billirubin, total serum iron and total iron-binding capacity (TIBC), and a stool examination for occult blood, ova, and parasites.
If not done prior to the initiation of therapy as recommended, then an absolute reticulocyte count could help explain why there is hyporesponse to the ESAs.
A simple blood count showed the boy was mildly anemic, and that he had a normal white blood cell count, a mean corpuscular volume of 77 fL, and a reticulocyte count of 5.
Very basic and important parameters like haemoglobin (Hb), total leucoyte count (TLC), reticulocyte count and peripheral blood smear (PBS) were included in the analysis.