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Table 3 Baseline and peak hepatobiliary data and inflammation markers during hospitalization in the cardiology department

From: Acute cholecystitis mimicking or accompanying cardiovascular disease among Japanese patients hospitalized in a Cardiology Department

Variables Group 1, n = 5 Group 2, n = 11
On admission
 White blood cell count, ×103/mL 9.4 (3.3–20.7) 9.3 (5.8–14.8)
 Aspartate transaminase, IU/L 198 (25–293) 23 (17–81)
 Alanine transaminase, IU/L 51 (24–182) 25 (14–46)
 γ-Glutamyl transpeptidase, IU/L 87 (23–301) 78 (29–208)
 Alkaline phosphatase, IU/L 205 (189–333) 273 (170–418)
 Total bilirubin, mg/dL 0.7 (0.6–1.0) 0.8 (0.6–1.1)
 C-reactive protein, mg/dL 0.10 (0.04–3.71) 3.09 (0.54–5.94)
Peak values during hospitalization in Cardiology Department
 White blood cell count, ×103/mL 14.2 (3.5–23.9) 9.3 (7.3–15.5)
 Aspartate transaminase, IU/L 283 (34–314) 150 (34–300)
 Alanine transaminase, IU/L 54 (38–182) 67 (38–263)
 γ-Glutamyl transpeptidase, IU/L 202 (50–592) 218 (33–461)
 Alkaline phosphatase, IU/L 206 (193–302) 536 (261–1099)
 Total bilirubin, mg/dL 1.3 (0.7–2.5) 1.7 (0.7–2.7)
 C-reactive protein, mg/dL 8.85 (1.32–13.80) 6.94 (4.89–13.03)
  1. Numbers of patients for whom there were not data for the following parameters. Data on admission; r-GTP 2 patients in group 1, 1 patient in group 2, Al-p 2 patients in group 1, 1 patient in group 2, CRP 1 patient in group 1. Peak data in the cardiology department: r-GTP 1 patient in group 1, Al-p 1 patient in group 1, CRP 1 patient in group 1