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08 October 2021: Clinical Research

Left Main Bronchus Stenosis Lesion, Neutrophil Count, and Platelet Count Are Predictors of Post-Tuberculosis Bronchomalacia

Yongchang Wu 12BE* , Yishi Li 2DF , Yang Bai 2E , Jinyue Jiang 2E , Xiaohui Wang 2E , Shuliang Guo 2AG*

DOI: 10.12659/MSM.931779

Med Sci Monit 2021; 27:e931779

Table 5 Comparison of long-term changes of complete blood counts between the 2 groups.

Complete blood counts
 WBC (×10/L)0.09 [−2.16–1.43]−0.8060.4200.19 [−0.73–1.00]−0.5880.577
 RBC (×10/L)0.10 [−2.21–0.29]−0.8810.378−0.08 [−0.29–0.14]−1.2030.229
 Hb (g/L)4.00 [−7.00–13.00]1.1390.2601.00 [−4.00–10.00]0.9000.375
 NEUT (×10/L)0.00 [−1.81–0.89]−1.0880.276−0.02 [−0.46–0.46]−0.2160.829
 LYM (×10/L)0.15 [−0.25–0.41]−1.3110.1900.10 [−0.24–0.33]−0.9410.347
 PLT (×10/L)−16.00 [−73.50–28.50]−1.6510.099−18.00 [−42.00–2.00]−2.4120.016
Data ae expressed as median (interquartile range). Differences between the 2 groups were tested by the Mann-Whitney U test for non-normally distributed continuous variables. BM – bronchomalacia; WBC – white blood cell; RBC – red blood cell; NEUT – neutrophil; LYM – lymphocyte; Hb – hemoglobin; PLT – platelet.

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