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1. Diagnostic value of the mean corpuscular volume in the detection of vitamin B12 deficiency

Diagnostic value of the mean corpuscular volume in the detection of vitamin B12 deficiency Diagnostic value of the mean corpuscular volume in the detection of vitamin B12 deficiency Diagnostic value of the mean corpuscular volume in the detection of vitamin B12 deficiency Oosterhuis W P, Niessen R W, Bossuyt P M, Sanders G T, Sturk A Authors' objectives To review the diagnostic value of mean corpuscular volume (MCV) for vitamin B12 (hereafter referred to as just B12) in both anaemic and non (...) for further research. Bibliographic details Oosterhuis W P, Niessen R W, Bossuyt P M, Sanders G T, Sturk A. Diagnostic value of the mean corpuscular volume in the detection of vitamin B12 deficiency. Scandinavian Journal of Clinical and Laboratory Investigation 2000; 60(1): 9-18 PubMedID Other publications of related interest NHS Centre for Reviews and Dissemination. Search strategies to identify reviews and meta-analyses in MEDLINE and CINAHL. Available from: [accessed July 2014]. Indexing Status Subject

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