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Table 1 Data from blood test of case 1. Eosinophilia was not shown and no tumor marker was elevated

From: Anisakiasis mimics cancer recurrence: two cases of extragastrointestinal anisakiasis suspected to be recurrence of gynecological cancer on PET-CT and molecular biological investigation

TB 0.8 mg/dl (0.4–1.2) WBC 6000 /μl (3600–8900) AFP 1 ng/ml (<20)
AST 17 U/L (5–37) Neutro 55.2 % (37–72) PIVKA-II 12 mAU/ml (<40)
ALT 15 U/L (6–43) Lymph 37.6 % (25–48) CA19-9 <1 U/ml (<35)
ALP 245 U/L (110–348) Mono 3.7 % (2–12) CA125 16 U/ml (<37)
γGTP 13 U/L (0–75) Eosino 3.7 % (1–9)     
BUN 11.6 mg/dl (9–21) Baso 2.2 % (0–2)     
Cr 0.62 mg/dl (0.5–0.8) Hb 13.9 g/dl (11.2–15.2)     
     HCT 42 % (35.6–45.4)     
     Plt 2.43 106/μl (1.53 - 3.46)     
  1. TB total bilirubin, AST aspartate aminotransferase, ALT alanine aminotransferase, ALP alkaline phosphatase, gGTP γ glutamyl transpeptidase, BUN blood urea nitrogen, Cr creatinine, WBC white blood cell, Neutro neutrophil, Lymph lymphocyte, Mono monocyte, Eosino eosinophil, Baso basophil, Hb hemogrobin, HCT haematocrit, Plt platelet, AFP alpha‐fetoprotein, PIVKA-II protein induced by vitamin K absence or antagonist-II