RBC Indices Calculation Quiz

INDICES

 

CLINICAL CORRELATIONS

Mean corpuscular volume (MCV)

MCV (80-100 fL): normocytic RBCs

<80fL: Microcytic RBCs

>100fL: Macrocytic RBCs

 

Increased:

Newborn

Liver disease

Megaloblastic anemia

Hemolytic anemia

Decreased:

Iron deficiency anemia

Lead poisoning

Thalassemia

Sideroblastic anemia

 

Mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration

MCHC (g/dL)

32-36 g/dL: normochromic RBCs

<32 g/dL: hypochromic RBCs

 

Increased:

Spherocytosis

Lipemia

Cold agglutinin disease

Mean corpuscular hemoglobin

MCH (26-34pg)

 

 

Increased:

Macrocytic anemia

Decreased:

Iron deficiency anemia

Lead poisoning

Thalassemia

Sideroblastic anemia

MCV CALCULATION

Hematocrit (%) x 10

     RBC

MCHC CALCULATION

 Hemoglobin (g/dL) x 100

      Hematocrit (%)

MCH CALCULATION

Hemoglobin (g/dL) x 10

     RBC (X 1012/L)

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RBC Indices Calculation

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Category: Hematology

1. What is the MCH?

Hemoglobin 14.1 g/dL
RBC 4.12 x 10^12/L
Hematocrit 41.3%

 

 

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Category: Hematology

2. What is the MCH?

Hemoglobin 11.1 g/dL
RBC 3.65 x 10^12/L
Hematocrit 32.5%

 

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Category: Hematology

3. What is the MCV?

Hemoglobin 11.1 g/dL
RBC 3.65 x 10^12/L
Hematocrit 32.5%

 

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Category: Hematology

4. What is the MCH?

Hemoglobin 14.9 g/dL
RBC 4.84 x 10^12/L
Hematocrit 44.4%

 

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Category: Hematology

5. What is the MCV?

Hemoglobin 14.9 g/dL
RBC 4.84 x 10^12/L
Hematocrit 44.4%

 

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Category: Hematology

6. What is the MCHC?

Hemoglobin 11.1 g/dL
RBC 3.65 x 10^12/L
Hematocrit 32.5%

 

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Category: Hematology

7. What is the MCV?

Hemoglobin 14.1 g/dL
RBC 4.12 x 10^12/L
Hematocrit 41.3%

 

 

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Category: Hematology

8. What is the MCHC?

Hemoglobin 14.1 g/dL
RBC 4.12 x 10^12/L
Hematocrit 41.3%

 

 

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