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Background of Clinical Indications
Clinically, it is mainly used as a non-specific inflammation indicator. Serum amyloid A is an acute phase protein, and its concentration in the blood rises sharply during inflammation, infectious and non-infectious diseases. Increased serum amyloid A is also seen in patients with atherosclerosis, diabetes, nephropathy, acute myocardial infarction, coronary heart disease, chronic kidney disease.