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Table 1 Lab Test Results

From: Parry–Romberg syndrome associated with en coup de sabre in a patient from South Sudan – a rare entity from East Africa: a case report

Laboratory Results
CBC Hb 10.6 ESR 10 mm/hour
PCV 32.1 Vitamin B12 412 pg/mL (221–950)
RBCs 3.99 Rh. factor > 8 IU/mL Positive
MCV 80.5 Anti-CCP 9.7 AU/mL Negative
MCH 26.6    
MCHC 33   SM Negative
TWBCs 3900   SS-A Negative
N 54%   Ro52 Negative
L 37%   SS-B Negative
M 8%   ScL 70 Negative
E 1% ANA profile JO-1 Negative
PLT 265,000   DsDNA Negative
RFT Urea 24   Nucleosomes Negative
Creatinine 0.7   Histones Negative
Na + 132   Rib p-protein Negative
K + 3.6   AMA M2 Negative
Ca 2+ 9.9   PCNA Negative
PO 3+ 3.4   PM-SCL Negative
LFT T. protein 7.3   CENPB Negative
  Nrnp/SM Negative
S. albumin 4.5    
Globulin 2.8    
T. bilirubin 0.52    
D. bilirubin 0.3    
I. bilirubin 0.22    
ALT 16    
AST 20    
ALP 72    
  1. ALP alkaline phosphatase, ALT alanine aminotransferase, AMA M2 anti-mitochondrial M2 antibody, AST aspartate aminotransferase, ANA antinuclear antibody, CBC complete blood count, CCP cyclic citrullinated peptide, CENPB centromere protein B, D. direct, Ds double-stranded, E erythrocyte, ESR erythrocyte sedimentation rate, Hb hemoglobin, I. indirect, L leukocyte, LFT liver function test, M monocyte, MCH mean corpuscular hemoglobin, MCHC mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration, MCV mean corpuscular volume, N neutrophil, PCNA proliferating cell nuclear antigen, PCV packed cell volume, PLT platelet, PM-SCL polymyositis/scleroderma (exosome) autoantigen, RBC red blood cells, RFT renal function test, Rh. rhesus, Rib ribosomal, S. serum, SS-A Sjögren syndrome antigen A or Ro, SS-B Sjögren syndrome antigen B or La, T. total, TWBC total white blood cell