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BASOBasophilsBasophils are helpful in identifying systemic hypersensitivity, as well as acute allergic reactions.
EOSEosinophilsEosinophils are important in identifying systemic hypersensitivity, which can be caused by heartworm, flea bite dermatitis, feline asthma, allergic gastroenteritis and more.
HCTHematocritHematocrit measures the percentage of red blood cells to detect anemia and dehydration.
HGBHemoglobinHemoglobin is the iron-containing reddish molecule within your cat's red blood cells responsible for carrying oxygen.
LYMLymphocytes Help identify inflammatory diseases where macrophages are a significant component of the inflammatory process.
MCHMean Cell HemoglobinThis blood test indicates the average amount of hemoglobin in each of your cat's red blood cells.
MCHCMean Cell Hemoglobin ConcentrationMean cell hemoglobin concentration measures the oxygen-carrying pigments of red blood cells.
MCVMean Cell VolumeSerial accurate measurement allows better following of the progression or regression of a disease state.
MONOMonocytes Help identify inflammatory diseases where macrophages are a significant component of the inflammatory process.
NEUNeutrophilsNeutrophils are important in identifying certain types of inflammatory disease and their severity, as well as following the progression or regression of inflammation.
PLTPlateletsPlatelets measures the cells that form blood clots.
RBCRed Blood Cell CountRed blood cell counts are helpful in identifying anemia in your cat.
RDWRed Blood Cell Distribution WidthRed blood cell distribution width is an objective measurement of variation in size of red blood cells.
RETICReticulocytesReticulocytes are immature red blood cells. High levels indicate regenerative anemia.
WBCWhite Blood CellWhite blood cell count measures the body's immune system cells. Increases or decreases indicate certain diseases or infections.