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A new inflammatory marker: elevated eosinophil-tolymphocyte ratio associated with presence and severity of isolated coronary artery ectasia
Objectives: The pathophysiology of isolated coronary artery ectasia (CAE) involves atherosclerosis and inflammation. Eosinophils and lymphocytes have been found to play a significant role in inflammation, atherosclerosis ...
A new inflammatory marker: elevated monocyte to hdl cholesterol ratio associated with smoking
Objectives: The adverse effects of smoking in various pathologies are mediated by its effects on the inflammatory system. The monocyte to high-density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL-C) ratio (MHR) has recently emerged as an ...
A new marker in acute ischemic stroke patients: monocyte/hdl ratio
(Duzce Univ, 2020)
Objective: Stroke is a major cause of global morbidity and mortality. Ischemic stroke is usually marked by cell death associated with inflammation and oxidative stress, and the role of inflammation in neurological diseases ...
Investigation of serum vaspin, visfatin, chemerin and IL-18 levels in migraine patients
Background: Migraines are headaches caused by changes in the trigeminovascular metabolic pathway. Migraine headache attacks are associated with neurovascular inflammation, but their pathophysiological mechanisms have not ...