Hematology is the analysis of cells that circulate in the bloodstream – namely red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. Hematology analysis is done on whole blood and includes a complete blood count (CBC) and blood smear evaluation. Examples of endpoints: cell counts, red blood cell size, and hemoglobin concentration.
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