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Thursday, January 07, 2010 Ms Terry, Community Member, asks

Q: what do the abrevations on my blood test results mean

What is LY  MD GR  OR  Bun/creat   I have all my results but don't know what

they mean.   Looked at a few sites---but I really just want a list of what

they mean--not what causes it or what to do about it---just WHAT IS IT????

    thanks, Terry Gradtke

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Lene Andersen, Health Guide
1/10/10 9:47pm

We have a terrific post on blood test results and what they mean that will hopefully give you the answers you're looking for. If not,  ask your doctor - remember that they are there to  providing medical care and part of medical care includes spending enough time with you until all your questions are answered.

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Hope, Community Member
1/ 8/10 7:43am

Your should be able to tell you.

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~Suzanne~, Community Member
1/ 8/10 4:07pm

Hi Terry,

 

The LY (Lymphocytes)  in your blood test is; the type of white blood cell found in the blood and lymph systems; part of the immune system.

 

BUN/CREAT - Bun and Creatinine are tests done to monitor kidney function.

 

I'm sorry, but I've never heard of the other 2.

 

Maybe try and call your lab, they might be able to tell you what MD, GR, & OR are.

 

 

Thanks ~ Scryingeyes

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