1. Mean platelet volume. The occurence of large platelets (macrothrombocytes, >10 fl) can be a symptom of autoimmune thrombocytopenic purpura, Bernard–Soulier syndrome, or the May–Hegglin anomaly, whereas small platelets (microthrombocytes, <6 fl) can indicate aplastic anaemia; Wiskott–Aldrich syndrome, thrombocytopenia–absent radii (TAR syndrome), or storage pool disease.
2. Mouse parvovirus-1.
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