- In health-related fields, a reference range (or reference values or interval) is a set of values of some measurement that a physician or other health professional can use to interpret a set of results for a particular patient.
- Test results that fall into a range of numbers that are considered “normal” based on age, sex and other factors (also called “reference range” or “reference interval”). If tests results are “out of range,” more testing or evaluation is needed to make a diagnosis.
- (White-blooded) The crocodile icefish or white-blooded fish (Channichthyidae) are a family of perciform fish found in the cold waters around Antarctica and southern South America. Fifteen species of crocodile icefish are known. They feed on krill, copepods, and other fish.
- The number of cells per linear inch or centimeter, expressed as pores per inch or pores per centimeter.
- A complete blood count (CBC), also known as full blood count (FBC) or full blood exam (FBE) or blood panel, is a test panel requested by a doctor or other medical professional that gives information about the cells in a patient’s blood.
One of my early raptor images. Taken at Las Vegas NWR in New Mexico in 2005. A possible Ferruginous Hawk was seen today at the Greater Cincinnati International Airport, far out of its normal range.Feha2053264
Deck Rose HDR 2012.181
A 3-shot combined High Dynamic Range photo: +/- 2 EV & normal EV.