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Does regular c-reactive protein level predict heart attack? Or only high-sensitivity crp?

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Dr. Donald Colantino
Internal Medicine
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In brief: Sensitivity

It takes a lot more inflammation for the CRP to rise while the hscrp detects much lower levels of inflammation in the body.

In brief: Sensitivity

It takes a lot more inflammation for the CRP to rise while the hscrp detects much lower levels of inflammation in the body.
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