Research Paper | Medicine Science | Iraq | Volume 7 Issue 5, May 2018
Study the Changes in Hematological Parameters as Diagnosis Toolin Acute Appendicitis
Mariam A. Hassan | Suha A. Al-Jowari
Abstract: The present study was designed to study the changes in hematological parameters in acute appendicitis patients (AA). The target population of this study was 40 male individuals from Al-Yarmouk Teaching Hospital and positive control group composed of 20 colitis male patients, and a negative control group composed of 20 healthy male individuals with the same age range. The diagnosis was made by the consultant medical staff, which based on a history, symptoms, clinical examination and other investigation. Blood samples were collected from each patient and control then used for analysis of white blood cell (WBC), lymphocyte, neutrophil, mean platelet volume (MPV), and erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR). The results demonstrate high significant difference in WBC, neutrophil, and ESR of AA patients compared with the control groups. There is no significant difference in lymphocyte of AA patients compared with control groups. A significant decrease in the MPV of AA patients compared with negative control group and no significant differences with positive group.
Keywords: White blood cell WBC, lymphocyte, neutrophil, mean platelet volume MPV, erythrocyte sedimentation rate ESR, acute appendicitis
Edition: Volume 7 Issue 5, May 2018,
Pages: 1397 - 1400
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Mariam A. Hassan, Suha A. Al-Jowari, "Study the Changes in Hematological Parameters as Diagnosis Toolin Acute Appendicitis", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=ART20182456, Volume 7 Issue 5, May 2018, 1397 - 1400, #ijsrnet
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