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Table 1 Clinical characteristics and laboratory findings of the study population

From: Platelet/lymphocyte ratio and mean platelet volume in patients with granulomatosis with polyangiitis

 GPA patientsControlsp
Age mean ± SD (years)48.14 ± 14.0946.77 ± 14.140.614
Males (n)33 (58.9%)26 (49.1%)0.301
WBC (×  103/mL)11.600 (3.240; 35.490; 6.907)7.040 (4.100; 11.870; 2.413)< 0.001
Neutrophils (× 103/mL)8.230 (1.300; 33.420; 6.830)4000 (2.300; 11.870; 1.525)< 0.001
Lymphocytes (× 103/mL)1.665 (0.300; 5.550; 0.951)2.320 (1.270; 4.090; 0.690)< 0.001
Platelets (× 103/mL)308.000 (82.600; 1126.000; 191.500)224.600 (136.000; 373.900; 73.600)< 0.001
ESR (mm/H)47.5 (3; 131; 60)8 (1; 34; 7.50)< 0.001
CRP (mg/L)34 (1.27; 300; 99.14)3.1 (1.16; 7.40; 2.07)< 0.001
MPV7.54 (6.08; 10.38; 1.29)8.62 (6.88; 13.10; 1.41)< 0.001
PLR212.65 (29.86; 1638.33; 159.62)101.43 (58.37; 210.63; 35.44)< 0.001
Creatinine (mg/dL)0.912 (0.45; 19.90; 1)0.79 (0.53; 1.12; 0.24)0.002
GFR83.50 (2.70; 141.0; 75.25)99.70 (65.30; 130.70; 21.30)0.003
  1. Values are presented as median (min; max; interquartile range). GPA Granulomatosis with polyangiitis, WBC white blood cell, ESR erythrocyte sedimentation rate, CRP C-reactive protein, MPV mean platelet volume, PLR platelet/lymphocyte ratio, GFR glomerular filtration ratio