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Alzheimer's Disease - Zenodo

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Last Updated: 14 May 2022

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Can the systemic immune-inflammatory index be a new indicator for the diagnosis and follow-up of alzheimer's disease?

Consequently, our aim in this research was to reveal SII's role in AD's diagnosis and follow-up, as well as drug use by comparing it with NLR. Materials and Methods: Our retrospective review included 94 gender and age matched healthy volunteers and 102 patients who applied to our clinic, who were diagnosed with AD. Although the lymphocyte count in the hospital group was lower, the NLR and CRP were both higher; CRP was also elevated. While SII soared as both disease duration and severity increased, there was no statistically significant correlation between NLR and the severity and duration of the disease and drug use. Conclusions: We can conclude that the inflammatory process in AD rises as a result of our findings.

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