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Background of Clinical Indications
It is used for the auxiliary diagnosis of inflammatory and infectious diseases; cardiovascular diseases; autoimmune diseases; malignant diseases. Increase is often used as an indicator of the active stage of rheumatism, or used to indicate the degree of tissue damage during surgery and postoperative inflammation and bacteria. It can also be seen in patients with chronic rheumatoid arthritis, generalised lupus erythematosus, chronic progressive hepatitis, hepatic cirrhosis, and myocardial injury, etc.