I just got my blood test back and the numbers have some units I don't recognize, such as E9 and E12. The printer seems to not be able to handle very sophisticated formatting, for example: - one unit is listed as "UMOL/L" for Creatinine. I suspect that this is meant to be [tex]\mu[/tex]mols. - another unit is listed as "mL/min/1.73 m2" for eGFR. I'm pretty sure the "m2" is [tex]m^2[/tex] So E12 is the unit for my red blood cell count. And E9 is for white blood cell count, and a bunch of others including neuts, lymph mono, eos, baso. Anybody know what these units are? Exponent 9 and Exponent 12 maybe? [ EDIT ] It is, isn't it? The line item actually says WBCC (mine: 6.8) (low: 4.0)-( high:11.0) x E9/L That means I had 6.8x10^9 WBCs per L.