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Serum soluble transferrin receptor reflects erythropoiesis but not iron availability in erythropoietin-treated chronic hemodialysis patients



Serum soluble transferrin receptor reflects erythropoiesis but not iron availability in erythropoietin-treated chronic hemodialysis patients



Clinical Nephrology 58(5): 363-369



Background: The diagnosis of iron deficiency using the current commonly used tests is usually difficult in hemodialysis patients. Soluble transferrin receptor (sTfR) has caught the attention of physicians recently as regards its use as a parameter for the evaluation of iron status.

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