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Table 1

From: A case of Henoch-Schönlein purpura associated with posterior reversible encephalopathy and review of litereature

  Age Sex Main symptom Neurologic symptom Blood pressure Thrapy
Our case 8yr F Abdominal pain, Blood tinged stool, Purpura GTC, Blurred vision 144/86 MPT pulse Tx, anti-hypertensive drug, anti-convulsive drug
Dasarathi, et al. 11yr F Abdominal pain, vomiting, purpura GTC, complete loss of vision 112/67 supportive Tx
Sivrioglu, et al. 5yr F purpura, arthralgia, abdominal pain headache seizure 180/110 anti-hypertensive drug, anti-convulsive drug, dialysis
Sasayama, et al. 13yr F abdominal pain, purpura generalized seizure, cortical blindness 180/120 MTP pulse Tx, anti-hypertensive drug
Fuchigami, et al. 7yr F abdominal pain, arthralgia, purpura sudden loss of vision GTC 190/100 PL, anti-hypertensive drug, anti-convulsive drug
Woolfenden et al. 10yr M fever, RLQ pain, bloody diarrhea Bi-temporal headache, nausea, vomiting bilateral visual loss seizure not known MTP pulse Tx, anti-convulsion drug
Ozcakar et al. 10yr M fever, palpable purpra, arthralgia seizure 130/90 steroid, anti-convulsive Tx, anti-hypertension drug
Endo et al. 7yr F abdominal pain, purpura seizure unconsciousness loss of vision 190/100 PL, anti-hypertensive drug, anti-convulsive drug