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Liver dysfunction and other factors can cause a reduction in the clearance of serum ferritin resulting in an increase in serum ferritin levels. Ferritin is an acute phase reactant that may be elevated in a wide-range of inflammatory conditions and infections. Clinical studies suggest the sensitivity may be 35-48% and specificity of 75-78% to detect iron deficiency.
|<4 Days||Not established||Not established|
|4-14 Days||100-717 ng/mL||100-717 ng/mL|
|15 Days-5 Months||14-647 ng/mL||14-647 ng/mL|
|6-11 Months||8-182 ng/mL||8-182 ng/mL|
|1-4 Years||5-100 ng/mL||5-100 ng/mL|
|5-13 Years||14-79 ng/mL||14-79 ng/mL|
|14-15 Years||13-83 ng/mL||6-67 ng/mL|
|16-19 Years||11-172 ng/mL||6-67 ng/mL|
|20-39 Years||20-345 ng/mL||10-154 ng/mL|
|40-59 Years||20-380 ng/mL||10-232 ng/mL|
|>59 Years||20-380 ng/mL||20-288 ng/mL|
Useful in the diagnosis of hypochromic, microcytic anemias. Decreased in iron deficiency anemia and increased in iron overload.
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