Red cell distribution width determination


NCI: An index of the variation in the size of the red cells and can be used to detect subtle degress of anisocytosis. It is computed directly from the RBC histogram and is calculated as a standard statictical value, the coefficient of variation of the red cell volume ditribution (ratio of standard deviation and mean copuscular volume).,NCI: A value derived from mean corpuscular volume and the standard deviation of the red blood cell volume in a whole blood specimen.,MSH: A measure of the variability in size of circulating ERYTHROCYTES. It is expressed as the coefficient of variation of the erythrocyte volume.

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