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Xiaowen Zhang, Chen Han, Hongwei Wang, Xinghong Sun, Xin Dou, Xueying He, Di Wu, Shanmei Shen, Dalong Zhu, Xinlin Zhang, and Yan Bi

and availability limit routine MR application in daily practice. Neutrophil-to-lymphocyte ratio (NLR), calculated by dividing the absolute count of neutrophils by that of lymphocytes in the peripheral blood, is easy to obtain. NLR proves to be a good

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Wentao Zhou, Tiantao Kuang, Xu Han, Wenqi Chen, Xuefeng Xu, Wenhui Lou, and Dansong Wang

the regional inflammatory responses in tumor microenvironment. Quite a few studies proved that preoperative systemic inflammation markers, such as neutrophil-to-lymphocyte ratio (NLR) and platelet-to-lymphocyte ratio (PLR), were associated with relapse

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Keiko Ohkuwa, Kiminori Sugino, Ryohei Katoh, Mitsuji Nagahama, Wataru Kitagawa, Kenichi Matsuzu, Akifumi Suzuki, Chisato Tomoda, Kiyomi Hames, Junko Akaishi, Chie Masaki, Kana Yoshioka, and Koichi Ito

reported to be prognostic predictive factors in various types of cancer. In particular, among these, the neutrophil-to-lymphocyte ratio (NLR), platelet-to-lymphocyte ratio (PLR), and lymphocyte-to-monocyte ratio (LMR) have been reported to be prognostic

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Keiko Ohkuwa, Kiminori Sugino, Mitsuji Nagahama, Wataru Kitagawa, Kenichi Matsuzu, Akifumi Suzuki, Chisato Tomoda, Kiyomi Hames, Junko Akaishi, Chie Masaki, and Koichi Ito

and worsened prognosis. Neutrophil-to-lymphocyte ratio (NLR), one of the indicators of inflammation and immunology, is easily measured via peripheral blood sampling and is reportedly useful as a prognosis index of various types of cancer ( 12 , 13

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Shufei Zang, Lei Shi, Jinying Zhao, Min Yang, Jun Liu, and Heyuan Ding

count (Automatic Blood Cell Analyzer, Sysmex XN9000), biochemical parameters test (Automatic Biochemical Analyzer, Roche Cobas 8000), and fibrinogen (FIB, CS5100, Sysmex Corporation) respectively. Neutrophil to lymphocyte ratio (NLR) is the ratio of

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Fabyan Esberard de Lima Beltrão, Daniele Carvalhal de Almeida Beltrão, Giulia Carvalhal, Fabyo Napoleão de Lima Beltrão, Igor Motta de Aquino, Thaíse da Silva Brito, Barbara Costa Paulino, Elisa Aires, Diana Viegas, Fabio Hecht, Bruno Halpern, Liana Clebia De Morais Pordeus, Maria da Conceição Rodrigues Gonçalves, and Helton Estrela Ramos

Engineering Co., Shenzhen, China). Measurements were performed according to the manufacturer’s protocol. The number of neutrophils and lymphocytes, the neutrophil–lymphocyte ratio (NLR), and hemoglobin levels of all patients were recorded. Image

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Bharat Kumar, Madhukar Mittal, Maya Gopalakrishnan, Mahendra K Garg, and Sanjeev Misra

normally distributed, hence, the analysis was performed by Mann–Whitney U -test. All categorical data were compared by the chi-square test. Cox proportional hazard ratio was used to assess the mortality risk among four categories of plasma glucose value

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T L C Wolters, C D C C van der Heijden, N van Leeuwen, B T P Hijmans-Kersten, M G Netea, J W A Smit, D H J Thijssen, A R M M Hermus, N P Riksen, and R T Netea-Maier

controls. Relative leukocyte counts did not differ between patients and controls. The inflammatory marker neutrophil-to-lymphocyte (NtL) ratio did not differ between groups, whereas its analogue, the platelet-to-lymphocyte (PtL) ratio was higher in patients

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Lian Duan, Han-Yu Zhang, Min Lv, Han Zhang, Yao Chen, Ting Wang, Yan Li, Yan Wu, Junfeng Li, and Kefeng Li

the host immune system and a useful prognostic marker in many inflammatory diseases. A recent study reported that a high neutrophil-to-lymphocyte (NLR) ratio is associated with the relapse in Graves’ disease after antithyroid drug therapy ( 28

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Jiaxin Zhang, Jinlan Jiang, Yao Qin, Yihui Zhang, Yungang Wu, and Huadong Xu

apoptosis of bone mesenchymal stem cells and osteoblasts through oxidative stress, which is related to the pathogenesis of osteoporosis ( 8 , 9 ). The systemic immune-inflammation index (SII) is a new inflammatory index based on peripheral blood neutrophils