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Table 1 Clinical characteristics of the patients with osteochondral (OCD) lesions

From: Osteochondral lesions in children with juvenile idiopathic arthritis

Patient JIA type Sex, age at diagnosis Medication Age at diagnosis of OCD Number of Ia. injections OCD location, acc to MRI Operative treatment
1 Extended polyarthritis M, 4 MTX Etanercept Infliximab Abatacept 10 12 Femur -
lateral
2 Polyarthritis F, 10 MTX 12 3 Femur lateral +
15 7 (dx)  
Femur,
       lateral (sin) +
3 Oligoarthritis M, 12 MTX 15 4 Femur lateral +
4 Extended Polyarthritis M, 5 MTX 10 9 Femur lateral (l.a.) -
5 Oligoarthritis F, 10 MTX 13 1 Femur lateral +
6 Polyarthritis M, 11 MTX 12 5 Femur medial and lateral l.a. -
7 Oligoarthritis F, 2 MTX 10 2 Femur medial and lateral +
8 Extended polyarthritis F, 3 MTX Oxichlorin Infliximab Adalimumab 14 3 Femur medial -
9 Polyarthritis F, 2 Leflunomide 11 9 Talus +
10 Extended polyarthritis F, 2 MTX, SSZ Leflunomide Etanercept Infliximab 10 12 Femur medial -
11 Polyarthritis F, 10 MTX 14 3 Femur medial l.a. +
12 Polyarthritis F, 9 MTX 10 3 Femur (dx) medial and lateral -
Femur medial (sin)  
13 Polyarthritis F, 4 MTX Leflunomide Etanercept 15 5 Femur medial +
  1. Abbreviations: Ia. = intra-articular, MTX = methotrexate, SSZ = sulphasalazine, M = male, F = female.