Thank you for your query at DoctorSpring.com
I am one of the InHouse Physicians, and i request you to also put up the reference ranges beside your values, because it differs in various laboratories.
Once you do, i will forward the query to our concerned hematologist.
Awaiting your reply,
Patient replied :
here it is with there standard range, at bottom for some reason
|NEUTROPHILS %, AUTOMATED COUNT
||42.0 - 75.0 %
|LYMPHOCYTES %, AUTOMATED COUNT
||20.0 - 51.0 %
|MONOS %, AUTO
||1.0 - 12.0 %
|EOSINOPHILS %, AUTOMATED COUNT
||0.0 - 10.0 %
|BASOPHILS %, AUTOMATED COUNT
||0.0 - 1.0 %
|RBC NUCLEATED AUTO COUNT, BLD
|NEUTROPHILS, ABSOLUTE, AUTOMATED COUNT
||1.8 - 7.7 x1000/mcL
|LYMPHOCYTES, AUTOMATED COUNT
||1.2 - 3.4 x1000/mcL
|MONOCYTES, AUTOMATED COUNT
||0.1 - 1.0 x1000/mcL
|EOSINOPHILS, AUTOMATED COUNT
||0.0 - 0.7 x1000/mcL
|BASOPHILS, AUTOMATED COUNT
||0.0 - 0.2 x1000/mcL
I have gone through all your values, and everything is normal.
Nucleated RBCs are normal cells which are in the process of maturation to fully functional status. They are absolutely normal and may be present in blood picture in very minimal quantities. Sometimes after an episode of bleeding, there can be an increase in the number of nucleated RBCs to compensate for the loss. But this process is normal.
Hope your concern is addressed.
Feel free to discuss further,