Red blood cell count

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Test/Range/Collection

Red blood cell count (RBC or erythrocyte count), whole blood

Males: 4.3–6.0 × 106/mcL

Females: 3.5–5.5 × 106/mcL [× 1012/L]

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Test/Range/Collection

Red blood cell count (RBC or erythrocyte count), whole blood

Males: 4.3–6.0 × 106/mcL

Females: 3.5–5.5 × 106/mcL [× 1012/L]

Lavender

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