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Background of Clinical Indications
Clinically, it is mainly used for the auxiliary diagnosis of hypocomplement or immunodeficiency diseases. C3 is an important component of the complement system and the hub connecting the traditional pathways of complement activation. Increased serum complement is seen in patients with various body tissue injuries and acute inflammation. Decrease can be seen in patients with post streptococcal glomerulonephritis and rheumatoid arthritis.