Blood disorders

Haematological disorders

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The blood disorders subcategory is also known as haematological disorders and blood dyscrasias.

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16 May 2014 Haematocrit (Hct) test is part of a full blood count (FBC) and is used to test for anaemia (too few red blood cells), polycythaemia (too many red blood cells), or dehydration. Find out more
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16 May 2014 Platelet count test is part of a full blood count (FBC) used to diagnose a bleeding disorder or a bone marrow disease. Find out more.
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16 May 2014 Red blood cell count (RBC) test is part of a full blood count (FBC) and is used evaluate any change in the number of red blood cells in your blood. Find out more
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16 May 2014 Full blood count (FBC) is a blood test used to determine general health status and to screen for a variety of disorders, such as anaemia and infection. Find out more
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16 May 2014 Haemoglobin (Hb) test is part of a full blood count (FBC), and is used if you have anaemia (too few red blood cells) or polycythaemia (too many red blood cells) to assess its severity, and to monitor response to treatment. Find out more
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16 May 2014 Mean corpuscular volume (MCV), mean corpuscular haemoglobin concentration (MCHC) and red cell distribution width (RDW) are part of a full blood count (FBC) test, and are measurements or calculations related to red blood cells. Find out more

Subcategories and conditions of blood disorders