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LITRE. A French measure of capacity. It is of the size of a decimetre, or one-tenth part of a cubic metre. It is equal to 61.028 cubic inches. Vide Measure.

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Akut apandisitli olgularin demografik durumlarina gore ortalama trombosit hacmi ve trombosit sayilari Demografik n (%) OTH (fL) OTH degiskenler (alt-ust deger) Erkek 29 (68,0) 9,4[+ or -]0,5 (*) 8,4-10,3 Kiz 14 (32,0) 9,5[+ or -]0,4 (*) 8,6-10,4 [less than or 7 (16,3) 9,2[+ or -]0,7 (+) 8,4-10,2 equal to]3 yas 4-9 yas 13 (30,2) 9,4[+ or -]0,3 (+) 8,6-9,8 10-16 yas 23 (53,5) 9,6[+ or -]0,4 (+) 8,9-10,4 Demografik Trombosit degiskenler Erkek 294170[+ or -]53,6 (^) Kiz 286640[+ or -]69,9 (^) [less than or 282000[+ or -]42,6 (+) equal to]3 yas 4-9 yas 301080[+ or -]59,4 (+) 10-16 yas 289390[+ or -]63,7 (+) OTH: Ortalama trombosit hacmi, fL: Femtolitre, (*): p>0,05 (Mann-Whitney U test), (+): p>0,05 (Kruskal-Wallis test), ^: p>0,05 (t-test) Tablo 2.
This melts a metal droplet a few femtolitres in size, which is then ejected to its target, solidifying again after landing.
Mean Platelet Volume (MPV) is a machine-calculated measurement of the average volume of a single platelet measured in femtolitres (fL) and is typically included in blood tests as part of the CBC.