hemogram

(redirected from haemogram)
Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia.
Related to haemogram: haemoglobin, Liver function test, lipid profile, Hæmoglobin

hemogram

 [he´mo-gram]
a graphic representation of a detailed blood assessment such as the complete blood count or the differential leukocyte count.

he·mo·gram

(hē'mō-gram),
A complete detailed record of the findings in a thorough examination of the blood, especially with reference to the numbers, proportions, and morphologic features of the formed elements.
[hemo- + G. gramma, a drawing]

hemogram

[hē′məgram]
Etymology: Gk, haima + gramma, record
a written or graphic record of a differential blood count that emphasizes the size, shape, special characteristics, and numbers of the solid components of the blood. See also complete blood count.

he·mo·gram

(hē'mō-gram)
A complete detailed record of the findings in a thorough examination of the blood, especially with reference to the numbers, proportions, and morphologic features of the formed elements.
Synonym(s): haemogram.
[hemo- + G. gramma, a drawing]

hemogram

a graphic or tabular representation of the differential blood count.
References in periodicals archive ?
It is difficult to overemphasise the importance of supplementing instrumentgenerated figures in the haemogram by careful scrutiny of a well-prepared blood film or smear.
Complete haemogram, liver and renal function tests were done every month for the first 6 months and whenever indicated.
Tests like Haemogram, Prothrombin Time, anti HCV and anti HVSAG are done for free at the institute, but he allegedly " forced" his patients to get these tests done at the laboratory for a hefty amount.
11 In medicine, a haemogram is the result of a routine test of what?
Laeukemia cases were diagnosed on the basis of conventional methods which included detailed clinical examination, haemogram and bone marrow biopsy in accordance with French-American-British co-operative group (17) while lymphoma cases were diagnosed as per the criteria of Rappaport et al (18).
Retention times and proportions of haemoglobin variants: The number of observations, %Hb fraction, haemogram findings and the type of Hb variants encountered are shown in the Table.