OPEN Journal of clinical medicine research | 23 Mar 2013
C Seretis, F Seretis, E Lagoudianakis, G Gemenetzis and NS Salemis
Red cell distribution width (RDW) is a parameter of the standard full blood count tests, measuring the size variability of erythrocytes. Recently, its elevation has been proven to reliably reflect the extent systematic inflammation, mainly in cardiometabolic diseases. Up to date, its association with solid malignancies has been scarcely investigated.
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