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Ali A Zaied, Halis K Akturk, Richard W Joseph and Augustine S Lee

.5 Hemoglobin (g/dL) 13.5–17.5 9.0 Mean corpuscular volume (fL) 81.2–95.1 89.4 White cell count (×10 9 /L) 3.5–10.5 20.4 Differential count (%)  Neutrophils 44.4–70.9 95.1  Lymphocytes 17.8–41.5 0

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Kewan Hamid, Neha Dayalani, Muhammad Jabbar and Elna Saah

Pertinent laboratory investigations included CBC with differential which revealed mild pancytopenia with macrocytosis ( Table 1 ), peripheral blood microscopy showed white blood cell dysplasia. Nasopharyngeal swab detected Influenza A Antigen. Rest of

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Masato Kotani, Naohisa Tamura, Tatsuhide Inoue and Issei Tanaka

might be complicated with other autoimmune and/or kidney diseases. Table 1 Laboratory findings on admission. Laboratory tests (normal values) Results White blood cell (3.30–8.60 × 10 9 /L) 2.80 × 10 9 /L Red blood

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Colin L Knight, Shamil D Cooray, Jaideep Kulkarni, Michael Borschmann and Mark Kotowicz

. Investigation Full blood examination revealed a white cell count of 1.3 × 10 9 /L (reference range: 4.0–11.0/L) and neutrophil count of 0.0 × 10 9 /L (reference range: 2.0–8.0/L) ( Table 1 ). His C-Reactive Protein (CRP) result peaked at 92.6 mg/L (reference

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Takatoshi Anno, Hideaki Kaneto, Ryo Shigemoto, Fumiko Kawasaki, Yasuhiro Kawai, Noriyo Urata, Hirofumi Kawamoto, Kohei Kaku and Niro Okimoto

.9 39.0 Body mass index (kg/m2) 16.27 15.43 Red blood cell count (x104 /μL) 435–555 277 333 Hemoglobin (g/dL) 13.7–16.8 8.5 10.5 White blood cell count (/μL) 3300–8600 15250 20820 Neutrophil (%) 52

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Stephanie Wei Ping Wong, Yew Wen Yap, Ram Prakash Narayanan, Mohammad Al-Jubouri, Ashley Grossman, Christina Daousi and Yahya Mahgoub

-reactive protein and white cell count) and insulin requirements began to decrease. The infusion was maintained for another 6 days until she was transferred to a tertiary care endocrine centre for surgery. Later, she underwent transsphenoidal hypophysectomy for

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Han Soo Park, Su Kyoung Kwon and Ye Na Kim

/L) 20–29 21.9 31.8 26.9 pCO2 (mmHg) 35–45 51 55.4 52.1 White blood cells (×10 9 /L) 43–9.4 2.57 3.09 1.36 Hemoglobin (g/dL) 12–14 13.1 11.7 7.9 Platelet count (×10 9 /L) 188 80 34

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Kazuyuki Oishi, Daisuke Takabatake and Yuichi Shibuya

that her white blood cell count had increased to 21 270/µL; she had subclinical hypothyroidism (FT3, 2.40 pg/mL; FT4, 1.00 ng/dL; and thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH), 6.747 µIU/mL), and her antibody levels had all increased (Tg, 47.3 ng/mL; TgAb, 470

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Sebastian Hörber, Sarah Hudak, Martin Kächele, Dietrich Overkamp, Andreas Fritsche, Hans-Ulrich Häring, Andreas Peter and Martin Heni

/dL) 70–90 1687 1232 1059 890 837 845 806 Laboratory tests  Hematocrit (%) 37.0–47.0 43.3 26.1 36.8  Hemoglobin (g/dL) 12.0–16.0 13.2 9.7 12.8  White cell count (per mm 3

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Apostolos K A Karagiannis, Fotini Dimitropoulou, Athanasios Papatheodorou, Stavroula Lyra, Andreas Seretis and Andromachi Vryonidou

serum glucose levels of 95 mg/dL (normal: 60% of serum glucose levels) and high white cell count (2.500/mm 3 with 80% neutrophils). No pathogen was isolated from blood or CSF cultures, and empirical antibiotic therapy with intravenous ceftriaxone and