In any case the blood-count should have been normal for at least a month and a half before any surgical interference is attempted.
blood count n.
Calculation of the number of red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets in a cubic millimeter of blood by counting the cells in an accurate volume of diluted blood.
The determination of the percentages of various types of white blood cells observed in a stained film of blood.
Complete blood count.
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See complete blood count.