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Table 1 Laboratory findings before presenting to Children’s Walk-in Endocrinology Center

From: The value of a simple method to decrease diagnostic errors in Turner syndrome: a case report

Test (normal range) Age 4.9 years Age 7.8 years
WBC (4500–15,000 cells/µL) 8900 cells/µL 9100 cells/µL
RBC (4–5.4 × 106/µL) 4.49 × 106/µL 5.16 × 106/µL
Hemoglobin (> 11.5 g/dL) 12.6 g/dL 13.6 g/dL
Mean corpuscular volume (> 77 fL) 81.7 fL 75.6 fL
Platelet count (150,000–450,000 cells/µL) 292,000 cells/µL 337,000 cells/µL
TSH (0.6–5.5 µIU/mL) 1.4 µIU/mL
Thyroxine (6–13.8 µg/dL) 8.3 µg/dL
BS (55–140 mg/dL) 84 mg/dL
TTG IgA antibody (< 12 IU/L) 0.7 IU/L
  1. WBC white blood cells, RBC red blood cells, TSH thyroid-stimulating hormone, BS blood sugar, TTG tissue transglutaminase, IgA immunoglobulin A