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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]

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]
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In the laboratory examination, biochemistry, haemogram, sedimentation, thyroid function tests, HIV serology, tumour markers and vasculitis panel were normal.
The following investigations were done for all cases included in the study: Complete haemogram, urine analysis, stool examination, blood grouping, peripheral smear, renal & liver function tests, septic screening and radiological evaluation including X-ray chest with abdomen & USG cranium.
"The Department of Health Services has received reports of cases of signs and symptoms of chikungunya and o'nyong-nyong virus haemogram is normal with mild decreased white blood cells and negative for malaria dengue," read part of the letter."Be alert and vigilant.
The haemogram was conspicuous for the lack of leucocytosis with a low normal total leucocyte count (TLC) of 4200 cells/[mm.sup.3].