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Case Report

Marchiafava–Bignami Disease Associated with Spinal Involvement

Table 1

Blood chemical values.

VariableValueReference values

Hematocrit (%)2540–50
Hemoglobin (g/dl)8.813.9–17.2
Mean corpuscular volume (μm3)102.485–95
3527–33
Medium corpuscular hemoglobin (pg)
White cells (per mm3)31004000–12000
Differential count (%)
 Neutrophils6150–65
 Lymphocytes3025–45
 Monocytes32–8
 Eosinophils60–4
Platelets (per mm3)9100015000–450000
Glucose (mg/dl)16460–110
Urea nitrogen (mg/dl)5418–45
Creatinine (mg/dl)0.530.7–1.2
Sodium (mmol/liter)148138–150
Potassium (mmol/liter)3.43.6–5
Chloride (mmol/liter)11698–105
Coagulogram
 TP9970–100
 KPTT3030–45
Hepatogram
 Total bilirubin1.20.4–1.4
 ASAT19.51–31
 ALAT19.81–34
Vitamin B1 (μg/l)3.44.0–20
Vitamin B12 (pg/ml)<50180–900
Folic acid (ng/ml)15>5.3
Homocysteine (mmol/l)>655–15
Malonic acid (nmol/l)103<0.4
TSH (mcμi/ml)0.20.27–4.2
Serologies
 HIVNegative
 SyphilisNegative
 Hepatitis BNegative
 Hepatitis CNegative
Erythrocyte sedimentation rate, mm371–10
CSF flow cytometryNo immunophenotypic abnormalities were observed
Oligoclonal bandsType I
Anti-MOG antibody IgGNegative
Aquaporin 4 IgGNegative

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