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Table 1 Laboratory data of all hereditary angioedema (HAE) patients (at first visit without symptoms)

From: Leukocytosis and high hematocrit levels during abdominal attacks of hereditary angioedema

Patient no. C3 (mg/dL) C4 (mg/dL) CH5O (U/mL) Cl-INH WBC (/μL) RBC (×104/L) Htc (%) CRP (mg/dL)
Function (%) Antigen (mg/dl)
Normal range 69-128 14-36 25-54 70-130 11-26 3600-8900 380-504 35.6-45.4 <0.2
1 159 3 24.2 35 n.t. 7100 512 42.2 2.1
2 103 <2 9.7 <25 7 5100 414 39.1 0.3
3 100 9 39 30 <6 4100 487 43.8 0.2
4 140 5 33.4 29 10 4900 430 39.2 0.7
5 93 3 22.9 <25 n.t. 5900 475 43.6 0.1
6 106 7 33 29 8 7800 454 40.7 0.2
7 105 3 27 <25 <6 7700 490 44.7 0.4
8 n.t. n.t. n.t. n.t. n.t. n.t. n.t. n.t. n.t.
9 97 4 25.8 <25 7 6100 462 39.9 0.2
10 97 5 25.1 <25 <6 8400 470 43.2 0.1
11 112 10 51.5 39 14 9700 432 41.6 0.1
12 124 8 46 <25 n.t. 7000 526 47.1 0.1
13 95 9 33 33 10 3800 470 43.2 0.0
14 67 10 32.3 34 15 5600 365 36.1 0.0
  1. C1-INH C1 inhibitor, CH50 total hemolytic complement; CRP C-reactive protein, Hct hematocrit, n.t. not tested, RBC red blood cell, WBC white blood cell.