D-Dimer levels are correlated with disease activity in Crohn's patients

@inproceedings{Zhang2017DDimerLA,
  title={D-Dimer levels are correlated with disease activity in Crohn's patients},
  author={Junwu Zhang and Zhen Guo and Wei Yang and Zhongliang Zhu and Wanzhong Kong and Sujie Zheng and Lei Jiang and Xianming Fei and Yanxia Chen and Jinlin Liu},
  booktitle={Oncotarget},
  year={2017}
}
Various indices have been used to assess Crohn's disease (CD. [...] Key ResultsHowever, no significant difference was found between the CDAI-High and CDAI-Low groups of CD patients. Moreover, the CDAI was positively correlated with the level of D-Dimer in CD patients of two hospitals, regardless of the detection method (hospital 1: r=0.3268, p= 0.0042; hospital 2: r=0.5553, p=0.0008). Among the blood coagulation and fibrinolysis parameters, the D-Dimer level was highly correlated with CDAI in CD patients. Thus… Expand Abstract

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