Prognostic Value Of Red Cell Distribution Width In Acute Coronary Syndrome

Gerald Chi, , Qasim Zulfiqar Malik, , , & Arzu Kalayci
Abstract: Anisocytosis denotes the presence of unequal sizes of erythrocytes in the circulation and may signify the development of nutritional deficiency anemias, sickle cell anemia, hemolytic anemia, myelodysplastic syndrome, and other hematological disorders. Red cell distribution width (RDW), a quantitative measure of the magnitude of anisocytosis, is routinely reported as a part of complete blood count by automated instruments in hematology laboratories. An elevated RDW is commonly used in the differential diagnoses of nutritional deficiency...
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