Laboratory values for children with newly diagnosed inflammatory bowel disease.

@article{Mack2007LaboratoryVF,
  title={Laboratory values for children with newly diagnosed inflammatory bowel disease.},
  author={D. Russell Mack and Christine R Langton and James F Markowitz and Neal S LeLeiko and Anne Marie Griffiths and Athos Bousvaros and Jonathan S. Evans and Subra Kugathasan and Anthony R Otley and Mariann Pfefferkorn and Joel R. Rosh and Adam G. Mezoff and Susan M Moyer and Maria M Oliva-Hemker and Robert J. Rothbaum and Robert Wyllie and J Fernando delRosario and David J. Keljo and Trudy J Lerer and Jeffrey S. Hyams},
  journal={Pediatrics},
  year={2007},
  volume={119 6},
  pages={1113-9}
}
OBJECTIVE The goal was to determine how often common laboratory tests yield normal results at the time of diagnosis for children with inflammatory bowel disease. METHODS Data were obtained from a registry of children with newly diagnosed inflammatory bowel disease who were enrolled prospectively in 18 US/Canadian centers. Laboratory values investigated included hemoglobin level, platelet count, albumin level, and erythrocyte sedimentation rate. Disease severity was categorized by physician… CONTINUE READING
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