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What does normocytic normochromic RBCs mean?

Tuesday, 05 July 2005
Answered by: Dr. S.K. Sood
Senior Consultant Haematologist,
Sir Ganga Ram Hospital,
New Delhi
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Q. I would like to know what is RBC: normocytic normochromic mean in a Haemogram test?

A.  The term normocytic normochromic means that the red cells are normal in size and normal in colour. It has to be interpreted with other values in the haemogram especially the haemoglobin concentration and the clinical condition for which the haemogram was ordered.

A.  The term normocytic normochromic means that the red cells are normal in size and normal in colour. It has to be interpreted with other values in the haemogram especially the haemoglobin concentration and the clinical condition for which the haemogram was ordered.

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