What Does 'Suspected Pathology' Mean On A CBC Blood Draw Report ?


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CBC or complete blood count is normal diagnostic test that is ordered by the doctors to diagnose many conditions and diseases. Many changes in the quantities of blood components are expected during any disease or condition. Final conclusion of a pathologist after CBC test is usually in terms of suspected pathology if there is any abnormality in any of the component of blood. If CBC report is normal then pathologist mention normal test. In case of any abnormality, he writes suspected pathology because this suspected pathology is confirmed by your doctor after physical examination, medical history and clinical symptoms.

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