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《Hainan Medical Journal》 2007-04
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Analysis of the level of serum CRP in patients with cerebral infarction

Objective To investigate the level of C-reactive protein(CRP) in patients with cerebral infarction and its effect on severity and the prognosis of brain infarction. Methods 48 patients and 30 healthy persons as control were entrolled in this study. The serum level of CRP were detemined. All the patients were scored by clinic neurological function deficit scale (NDS). Results The serum level of CRP in the patients with cerebral infarction was higher than in normal controls. The group with obvious abnoemal serum level of CRP had lower score of NDS and worse progrosis. Conclusions serum levels of CRP is an important biological marker to evaluate the severity and prognosis of cerebral infarction.
【CateGory Index】: R743.3
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