Hematologic examinations

Analysis of blood and urine at the level of vitamin D: the norm, why do they give up

Vitamin D is a vitamin, belonging to a group of biologically active substances, the synthesis of which is carried out in the skin under the influence of ultraviolet rays.

Atypical mononuclear cells

Consider the features of atypical cells, the causes of their appearance, diagnostic methods and analyzes for mononuclear cells.

Increased hemoglobin level in the blood

Elevated levels of hemoglobin in the blood are found in every third person. Let's look at the causes of increased hemoglobin, the methods of its normalization and possible consequences for the body.

Blood test

A blood test is the most common method of research, without which modern diagnostics are not possible. Different types and methods of analytical blood research help modern medicine to quickly and accurately identify hundreds of thousands of ailments.

Elevated white blood cells

Elevated leukocytes are a clear signal of invasion of the human body by foreign elements, as these cells are the main protectors of organs, systems against all sorts of diseases and instantly react to the attack of viruses and bacteria.

Leukocytes: normal

Leukocytes norm is an indicator of the health of all human systems and organs. Their main task is to provide a protective function, to resist infections, viruses and other malicious agents.

Leukocytes in the blood

Leukocytes in the blood are one of the most important elements of blood, white, as they are called, blood cells are actually colorless. They are very diverse in structure and have many species and subspecies.

When are leukocytes lowered?

"Leukocytes are lowered" - this phrase, certainly, causes alarm. Any abnormality in the analysis of blood composition can signal a disease, chronic or acute.

Immunophenotyping of hemoblastoses

Significant progress in hematological studies has been associated in recent years with the use of modern immunological methods and automated means for analyzing and sorting cells of peripheral blood and bone marrow - flow cytometers.

Folic acid in the blood

Folic acid refers to the water-soluble vitamins of group B and is a derivative of pteridine. The human body is provided with folic acid due to its endogenous synthesis of the intestinal microflora and consumption with food.


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