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Research Article

Diagnostic Accuracy of Serum and Urine S100A8/A9 and Serum Amyloid A in Probable Acute Abdominal Pain at Emergency Department

Table 3

Distribution of mean white blood cell count and levels of biomarkers in different diagnoses based on clinical diagnosis and paraclinical tests in the nonsurgical group (in patients in which their numbers were ≥5).

Final diagnosisStatisticsWBC CountSerum S100A8/A9Urine S100A8/A9Serum amyloid A

Complicated ovarian cyst
Mean9216.085.2877.016.88
Std. deviation1640.8068.7961.9917.03
Minimum6000.019.08.04.60
Maximum12000.0282.0229.078.00

Acute cholecystitis
Mean12400.070.049.3317.53
Std. deviation3384.6761.0241.6211.07
Minimum7400.0029.013.07.70
Maximum18000.00189.0125.039.30

Acute pancreatitis
Mean13225.00187.42134.4232.95
Std. deviation7097.65142.8645.2435.72
Minimum5500.0550.048.07.80
Maximum33800.05559.0238.0129.0

Renal colic
Mean7000.060.1747.338.57
Std. deviation1454.6527.8826.493.72
Minimum4500.023.016.04.80
Maximum8200.094.094.015.70

Dyspepsia
Mean10122.2243.4530.4422.98
Std. deviation1856.6026.0620.2122.89
Minimum7800.023.09.04.80
Maximum13300.091.077.071.40

Ileus
Mean9060.0106.400104.200021.8400
Std. deviation2822.7669.604642.6755226.92142
Minimum4800.050.051.007.80
Maximum12000.0208.0154.0069.70

Nonspecific abdominal pain
Mean8724.1479.8359.3517.15
Std. deviation3032.9264.7559.6417.57
Minimum5200.012.09.006.50
Maximum21000.0314.0213.093.0