normal serum

nor·mal se·rum

a nonimmune serum, usually with reference to a serum obtained before immunization.

nor·mal se·rum

(nōr'măl sēr'ŭm)
A nonimmune serum, usually with reference to a serum obtained before immunization.
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Kim HC et al, Normal serum aminotransferase concentration and risk of mortality from liver diseases: prospective cohort study.
Typical findings of type 1 distal RTA (dRTA) include low serum bicarbonate, normal serum anion gap, hyperchloremia and hypokalemia.
Acute pancreatitis with normal serum lipase: a case series.
The current study compares serum calcium and corrected calcium (CC) in patients with normal serum albumin.
We report a case of such a patient of acute hepatitis with normal serum ceruloplasmin levels but significantly elevated urinary copper excretion.
Our findings of normal serum BDNF levels in euthymic BD-I patients are consistent with the results of these meta-analysis (5,6).
Unfortunately, the patient did not follow a standardized surveillance protocol and was referred to us fifteen months post LT with an ultrasound scan revealing a right adrenal mass with normal serum AFP (1.
This case has the classic findings of Albright's facies with short fourth metacarpals and metatarsals, normal serum calcium, phosphate and PTH levels diagnostic of pseudopseudohypoparathyroidism with an added unusual feature of hypogonadism.
The normal serum amylase value is set by the National Health Laboratory Service (NHLS) at 20-104 U/L.
What caused the normal serum potassium in the setting of hemolysis?
6% had compensated hypogonadism marked by a normal serum testosterone level of 10.