PrEr, NoBa, NoPo, NoOX, MeBa, MePo, MeOx

01:38 Sep 26, 2011
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Czech to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical (general) / lab tests
Czech term or phrase: PrEr, NoBa, NoPo, NoOX, MeBa, MePo, MeOx
This is from a Czech lab report for lymphoma patient, they are under the heading Če ř, which I think is probably red blood cell series. There is a date and a value after each abbreviation, I will transcribe the values because they may help in identifying meaning:

PrEr 0.4
NoBa 4.4
NoPo 4.8
NoOx 10.4
MeBa 10.0
MePo 10.0
MeOx 0

I think they may be a kind of antibodies or antigens associated with red blood cells. I am tempted to just leave abbrevations as they are, but I thought I would try asking in case someone knows what these are and if English abbreviations are different.


Stephen R Schoening
United States
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liz askew

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8 hrs

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I don't recognise these as English medical abbreviatons.

Note added at 8 hrs (2011-09-26 09:45:43 GMT)

perhaps look into reference ranges

liz askew
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