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Table 3 Laboratory results for the patient

From: Nivolumab-induced hypophysitis followed by acute-onset type 1 diabetes with renal cell carcinoma: a case report

Variable Reference range
Complete blood count (on admission)  
 White blood cell count (/μl) 6500 47.0–87.0
 Red blood cells (×104/μl) 425 370–490
 Hemoglobin (g/dl) 11.6 11.0–15.0
 Hematocrit (%) 34.5 35.0–45.0
 Platelet count (×104/μl) 36.5 15.0–35.0
Biochemistry (on admission)  
 Total protein (g/dl) 6.1 6.5–8.2
 Albumin (g/dl) 2.8 3.5–5.5
 Blood urea nitrogen (mg/dl) 31.7 7.0–20.0
 Creatinine (mg/dl) 1.64 0.5–1.0
 Amylase (U/l) 168 30–140
 Lipase (U/l) 28 13–55
 Elastase-1 (ng/dl) 110 0–300
 AST (U/l) 25 10–35
 ALT (U/l) 20 5–40
 GGTP (U/l) 76 0–30
 Na (mmol/l) 131 135–146
 K (mmol/l) 4.5 3.5–4.6
 Cl (mmol/l) 97 96–110
Arterial blood gas analysis (room air)   
 pH 7.44 7.35–7.45
 pCO2 (mmHg) 37.2 32–45
 pO2 (mmHg) 113 83–108
 Bicarbonate (mmol/l) 24.7 21.2–27.0
 Anion gap (mmol/l) 8.2 10.0–14.0
Diabetes-related examination   
 Glucose (mg/dl) 601 70–109
 HbA1c (3 months before admission) (%) 7.0 4.6–6.2
 HbA1c (on admission) (%) 8.1 4.6–6.2
 Serum CPR (ng/ml) 0.2 0.43–2.35
 Urinary CPR (μg/day) 5.3 17–181
 CPR (6 min) during glucagon stimulation test (10th day) (ng/ml) 0.29 > 0.5
 Urinary ketone Negative  
 Anti-GAD antibody Negative  
  1. AST aspartate aminotransferase, ALT alanine transaminase, GGTP gamma-glutamyltransferase, pCO2 partial pressure of carbon dioxide,  pO2 partial pressure of oxygen, HbA1c hemoglobin A1c, CPR C-peptide immunoreactivity, GAD glutamic acid decarboxylase